Poland coach Smuda: Lewandowski is good enough for Manchester United

The Borussia Dortmund striker has attracted a number of admirers after a fantastic season in Germany where he helped fire Jurgen Klopp's side to the league title

Poland boss Franciszek Smuda has said that Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski is good enough to play for Manchester United.

Should any such move come to fruition, he will follow former club-mate Shinji Kagawa to Old Trafford.

And Smuda, while also commenting that fellow stars Lukasz Piszczek and captain Jakub Blaszczykowski are destined to move to new clubs also, believes it would be a positive move for the Polish striker, who notched 22 goals in the Bundesliga last season as Dortmund retained the title.

"In my opinion, in a moment they will be gone from Borussia [Dortmund]," Smuda told Reuters.

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"'Lewy' [Lewandowski] is going to Manchester United, Kuba [Blaszczykowski] also somewhere in England, [Lukasz] Piszczek to Real [Madrid].

"They have a goal and they want to grow. I base the squad on them."

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was spotted at Dortmund’s 5-2 DFB-Pokal win over Bayern Munich last month, in which Lewandowski netted a hat-trick.

And while Lewandowski is aware of interest from the 2008 Champions League winners, his agent exclusively told Goal.com that he respects Dortmund's decision not to sell him.

The Red Devils have also been linked with a move for team-mate Mat Hummels, only to see the centre-back pen a new long-term contract last week.