Juventus will target Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski if Gonzalo Higuain decides to leave the club.

Rumours in the Italian press continue to link the Argentine forward with a move away from the club with some reports from England suggesting Maurizio Sarri may try and bring Pipa to Chelsea, should he take over at the Blues.

Juventus Vie-President Pavel Nedved insisted that the club werem’t worried about losing Higuain for the moment, but that may change at the end of the summer.

“We’re not worried, Higuain is one of our players and he’s under contract, we’ll see after the World Cup.”

Source: [Sky Sport Italia]

Mauro Icardi was hotly tipped as a possible replacement while some Italian papers suggested Higuain could be used as a bargaining chip to bring the Inter striker to Turin.

Corriere dello Sport report today that Juventus are now looking at Lewandowski instead following a statement from his agent confirming that the Polish international is leaving Bayern this summer.

The strong links between the German champions and Juventus are cited as one possible reason for a move as well Lewandowski desire to “look for new challenge’s.”