The striker has not been allowed to leave this summer.
Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has accepted that he will play for the German runners-up for one more season but feels deceived at not being allowed to join Bayern Munich.
The Polish forward has just a year remaining on his current deal at the Westfalenstadion and after a prolific year with Dortmund in 2012/13, many thought the club would cash in on the 25-year-old while they could.
While Manchester United lead a host of teams interested in Lewandowski, it became apparent that the only side the player was entertaining the prospect of joining was Bayern.
However, with the Champions League winners being Dortmund’s biggest domestic rival in Germany, the club were understandably unwilling to allow their star forward to go to the Allianz Arena – especially having already sold Mario Goetze to them for £31.5m.
As a result Dortmund decided that they would keep Lewandowski until the end of the Pole’s contract and then the attacker was free to join Bayern for nothing in a year’s time – which the Poland international implies went against what he was told.
“I won’t hide that I feel deceived by the club. They told me one thing, and then did the complete opposite of what we had agreed,” Lewandowski told Polish publication Fakt.
The striker was in blistering form for Dortmund last term, in what ended up being a trophy-less season for the club despite reaching the Champions League final.
Lewandowski netted 36 times for the German side in all competitions, which included being runner-up to the top-scorer crown in both the Bundesliga (with 24 goals) and Champions League (with 10).