I've made up my mind, reveals Lewandowski

The Poland international, who is out of contract in the summer, is still being tracked by Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, though he appears set for Bayern Munich
Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has told interested clubs not to bother approaching him over a summer transfer as he has already made a decision on his future.

The 25-year-old recently announced he would sign a contract with Bayern Munich in January after Borussia Dortmund put a block on the move during the summer, only to claim shortly afterwards that he had been misunderstood and no agreement had been reached.

In the build-up to England's qualifier with Poland, Lewandowski put Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal on red alert by admitting he would like to play in the Premier League in the future.

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As revealed by Goal in October, the Pole's three English suitors are still monitoring his situation and have not yet given up hope of beating Bayern to his signature in January.

But Lewandowski now insists any fresh approaches from clubs will be pointless as he has made up his mind.

"I am feeling very well at Dortmund, but I want a new challenge next season," the 25-year-old told Sport Bild.

"I can only say one thing about my future and that's that I will announce my decision next year.

"No club has to bother with a fresh approach. I am focused on Dortmund and will not let anything distract me."

Lewandowski has been in fine form so far this season, scoring 13 goals in 17 appearances in all competitions.