Tuesday, 11th September, 2012
In-demand Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has reiterated that he cannot predict where he will be next summer.
The prolific goalscorer has been mooted as being on the wanted lists of Bayern Munich and Manchester United and he further increased his stock at Euro 2012, looking dangerous for Poland.
Dortmund would dearly love to keep Lewandowski and are concerned about the 24-year-old reaching next summer without having penned a new contract; that would see the striker left with just one year on his deal with Jurgen Klopp’s men.
Such a scenario occurred this summer, when Japanese midfielder Shinji Kagawa refused to extend his contract with the Ruhr giants and in so doing forced a move to Manchester United.
And Lewandowski has not offered Dortmund encouragement on the contract situation yet and has even spoken positively about Bayern Munich’s liking for him.
"I know that Bayern are interested in me. I am honoured", said the Polish forward.
And on what the future holds, Lewandowski is playing his cards close to his chest.
"I do not really know what I will be doing in a year. Everything is possible."
Lewandowski has already scored twice this season in the Bundesliga and looks to be continuing where he left off in the last campaign.