In-form Poland international could still be at Old Trafford next season, says his agent.
Manchester United still have a chance to bring in-demand Borussia Dortmund front man Robert Lewandowski to Old Trafford at the end of this season according to the player’s agent, says the Sun.
The in-form Poland international has been attracting the attentions of whole host of big-name European clubs of late, including both Juventus and Bayern Munich, with the latter even reportedly having already agreed a deal with the player for next season.
However, Lewandowski’s agent has refuted those suggestions and says that his client is still undecided as to his future plans, although he has ruled out the Pole moving to Turin.
“Many clubs are interested in the player, in particular Manchester United,” said his agent Cezary Kucharski.
“Bayern Munich? I know something, but no further details.
“In June, we’ll see, but a move to Juventus is a rumour. No one from the club has spoken to me.”
Lewandowski has scored an eye-catching 60 goals in only 121 matches for the Bundesliga champions since arriving at the club three seasons ago and with the 24-year-old having a contract with Dortmund that runs until only 2014, it is believed that they would rather sell him this summer than risk losing the attacker for free next year.