The Polish striker has been linked with many of the top clubs in Europe.
Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has said that the Gunners and Robert Lewandowski would “fit perfectly” according to Goal.com.
Lewandowski has been the subject of intense speculation this summer because he only has one year left on his contract at Borussia Dortmund.
Many had thought that Lewandowski would be moving to European Champions Bayern Munich this summer but Dortmund blocked the move, saying they would not sell the Polish striker to their arch-rivals.
Dortmund had already sold midfielder Mario Gotze to Bayern Munich for £31 million and were not prepared to weakened their team anymore as their rivals got stronger.
This has led to interest from many of Europe’s top clubs, with Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea all monitoring the situation involving Lewandowski.
However, Podolski thinks that the Polish striker would be a huge success at the Emirates and has said that the player will decide his own future and no one else.
“He scored 24 times last season,” he told Polish newspaper Polska The Times. “He can make it anywhere and he would fit perfectly at Arsenal”.
Arsenal are unlikely to enter the race to sign Lewandowski despite Podolski’s comments.
The Gunners are close to completing the signing of Real Madrid front-man Gonzalo Higuain for a reported £22 million.