Sky Sports are reporting that Poland star Robert Lewandowski is keeping quiet on his future and focusing on taking Poland to the knockout stages of the European Championships.
Lewandowski is likely to decide his future after Euro 2012 and if he has a successful tournament with Poland will attract attention from a lot of teams in European football.
The striker had a fantastic campaign for Dortmund, scoring 30 goals across all competitions leading the club to the Bundesliga title and victory in the DFP Pokal cup.
Manchester United are said to be one of the clubs interested in securing the 23-year-olds signature, especially as they have brought Lewandowski’s former teammate Shinji Kagawa to Old Trafford.
However, Lewandowski has a lot of things going for him at the German Champions and may feel as though another season at the club will benefit him as a player.
According to the Daily Mail, Dortmund will not be selling Lewandowski to United and they value their top goal scorer last season at £40 million.
Should he want out and Manchester United come in for the Polish striker, it will be tough to keep him at the club.
It will certainly be one of the most talked about moves of this transfer window.
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