The striker has been linked with both Manchester City and United among others, and his agent has now suggested that he could leave the club at the end of the campaignRobert Lewandowski's representative, Cezary Kucharski, has hinted that the Poland international could leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.
The striker has caught the attention of Manchester United and City with his goalscoring performances for the reigning Bundesliga champions, while Bayern Munich and Juventus are also believed to be interested in signing the 24-year-old.
Sir Alex Ferguson's team were said to have been in contact about a possible move for the striker, but these claims were ruled out by Lewandowski's representative, as exclusively revealed by Goal.com.
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"Robert has made his decision. Only he decides when he will make his decision public, though," Kucharski said on a Polish talkshow.
"Those who have followed Robert's career will realise that he's never stayed at a club for longer than two seasons.
"He's already in his third season at Dortmund. Read between the lines and you'll know what this means..."
The striker has a contract with BVB until the summer of 2014.