Polish forward appears to only have eyes for Bayern.
Manchester United have suffered a huge blow in their efforts to sign Borussia Dortmund front man Robert Lewandowski at the end of the season, according to reports in the Sun.
The Poland international is currently one of the most sought-after attackers on the Continent, especially after the 24-year-old smashed four goals past Real Madrid in the Uefa Champions League semi-finals last week.
And, with Lewandowski’s contract with Dortmund only lasting until the end of next May, this summer could prove crucial in terms of where he will be playing is football next season, with his employers likely to offload the player come the end of this campaign rather than risk losing him on a free in 2014.
However, United’s dream of persuading the Pole to move to Old Trafford appear to be fading after it emerged that Lewandowski would prefer to join Bayern Munich instead.
And it is expected that Lewandowski, who has netted an incredible 35 goals in just 43 appearances for his club in all competitions so far this season, will cost the Bavarian giants £25 million to buy.