Borussia Dortmund have made a 15m bid for Serie A top goalscorer Ciro Immobile, according to Italian newspaper Gazetta dello Sport. The striker, who is co-owned by Torino and Juventus, has been tracked by English sides Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, but now looks set to be on his way to the German club. Immobile will replace Robert Lewandowski if Dormund are able to see off interest from Barcelona. New boss Luis Enrique has reportedly earmarked the Italian to lead their attack next season after worries their current attacking trio had become stale. Immobile is one of Europe’s hottest properties after scoring 22 goals in 29 Serie A starts last term, pushing him to the top of the scoring charts while further boosting his stellar reputation. Gazetta dello Sport reports that Juventus are happy with the bid but are waiting for Torino to confirm the deal – with the money set to be split between the two clubs.