Lewandowski going nowhere, says Bayern boss Kovac

Lewandowski going nowhere, says Bayern boss Kovac

Lewandowski going nowhere, says Bayern boss Kovac

Robert Lewandowski next club odds: Who could sign Bayern Munich star?

European champions Madrid have always been linked with the Poland worldwide, who would go some way to easing the goalscoring burden left by Cristiano Ronaldo's departure from Real Madrid.

Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke added further fuel to the transfer speculation by revealing he would be willing to spend €100 million (A$158 million) to bring Lewandowski back to his former club.

The Polish stiker wants to push for a move away from the Allianz Arena, with a host of top European clubs ready to snap him up.


Jose Mourinho is a known admirer of the 29-year-old forward and Manchester United had been touted as a likely destination for Lewandowski, although it is unclear how he would fit into the Red Devils' system as Mourinho played with Romelu Lukaku as the main forward for much of last term. "He is a great footballer, who has achieved a lot in the Bundesliga, scored many goals and now in the new season certainly will score many goals".

"It's true that Robert toys with going elsewhere".

"But it's one thing what he would like to do and another thing what we want".

'Robert has a contract - I do not know how long - and he will certainly stay as long as possible here'.

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