The coach's representative says the Poland striker will be the next Dortmund player to move to the Allianz Arena this summer following Mario Gotze
The Bavarians confirmed on Tuesday that Mario Gotze will be moving from Signal Iduna Park to the Allianz Arena this summer, with the Bundesliga champions having agreed to meet the player's €37 million buy-out clause.
According to the representative of outgoing Bayern boss Heynckes, Enrique Reyes, the German giants have also wrapped up a similar deal for their rivals' star forward.
"Bayern have signed Lewandowski," he told COPE.
"Yes, right now, they have Lewandowski and Gotze. The problem is that Bayern have a lot of money. They are doing what they did with [former Athletic Bilbao midfielder] Javi Martinez.
"If a club don't want to negotiate with you, what do you do? Why, pay the buy-out clause, of course."
Goal.com reported earlier this week that Bayern have moved decisively in the race to sign the Polish striker.