Robert Lewandowski could wear Real Madrid's white jersey next summer, according to AS. His agent Cesary Kucharski visited the Santiago Bernabéu this weekend and talked to President Florentino Pérez and GM José Ángel Sánchez during Real's home game against Getafe, per that same report.
Real Madrid would be willing to move on from Karim Benzema after all the controversy the French has generated. If that happens, Lewandowski could be leading Real's shortlist to replace Benzema, given that there aren't many elite strikers available in the market.
Lewandowski's contract with Bayern Munich expires in 2019 and that means that a potential agreement between the German powerhouse and Real Madrid could be very difficult knowing Lewandowski's quality. If Real Madrid want to sign the Polish striker, they will need to make a very good offer and convince the player of forcing his way out of Munich in order for Bayern to accept a deal.