Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski has hinted at the possibility of leaving the Bundesliga club at the end of this season alerting clubs across Europe.
The 24 year old has been one of the top transfer targets of Premier League duo of Manchester United and Chelsea but Dortmund refused to sell him come what may. The player himself had expressed his desire to make a move to England but the club chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke remained adamant over the striker’s unavailability.
The Polish target man who was stellar for the German club last season has two years still left in his current contract. However, if the player refuses to sign an extension the club would be in no position to bargain if a suitable offer is made at the end of this season.
He told German newspaper Bild: ‘I don’t set myself any limits. I don’t know what will be after this season.
‘I can’t and don’t want to rule out anything. This would not be professional.’
However, Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich are also believed to be interested in the striker although it is not sure if Dortmund would want to sell him to a direct competitor for the domestic league title.
Lewandowski said: ‘That will always be interesting and you have to consider it. It is such a big club’.
He added: ‘I have another two years on my contract. This is a long time. I don’t have to decide today if I extend it or not. But, like I said, I only concentrate on Borussia right now.’
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