The striker has stated he will be leaving the Westfalenstadion.
Bayern Munich and Manchester United have been put on red alert as Borussia Dortmund hit-man Robert Lewandowski confirms he wants to leave his current club.
The Poland striker has been strongly linked with both Bayern and United for several weeks, but has given little away in which he will choose by simply stating he wants to move to his ‘dream club.’
“I expect everything to be cleared up now so that I will be allowed to move to my dream club this summer,” Lewandowski told Sport Bild.
“That would be the best for everybody involved.
“Dortmund are a fantastic club whom I will always admire. It’s just now I want a new challenge for my future.”
It seems as if the German treble winning champions are leading the race to sign the 24-year-old however, having already secured his Dortmund teammate Mario Goetze.
The Pole has been in scintillating form for his club yet again in 2012/13, scoring 24 Bundesliga goals and finishing second behind Cristiano Ronaldo for the most Champions League strikes with 10 – including four in the semi-final first-leg against Real Madrid.
Lewandowski has also scored 17 time in 53 games for the Poland national team and has become recognised as one of the most lethal goal scorers in European football.
Dortmund signed the forward from Polish club Lech Poznan in 2010 for £4.2m, but it’s likely that either Bayern or United would have to pay more than five times that to land the striker now.