Juventus and PSG have joined Manchester United in the scramble for Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski. The race for the Poland international is set to heat up this week with his country bundled out of the Euros.

Juve see Lewandowski as an alternative to Arsenal ace Robin van Persie, while PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed his admiration in the last 24 hours.

"I love him, especially in his ability to find space. it will not be easy for him to repeat his last two seasons in Dortmund," said Ancelotti.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is also a big fan and Polish sources suggest a bid has already been tabled from the English giants.