Bundesliga side keen to hang on to Polish striker.
Borussia Dortmund have hinted that Robert Lewandowski could remain at the club according to talkSport.
The Polish striker’s contract with the Bundesliga side expires at the end of next season and it has been suggested that the club might sell the player this summer rather than risk losing him for nothing.
The player has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Bayern Munich but the club are keen to retain the services of the forward.
United were close to agreeing a deal for the player last summer, but the negotiations were put on hold once former Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie became available.
They remain keen on the player and are favourites to land Lewandowski as Dortmund are keen to sell him to a foreign club should the player leave.
The club have not ruled out hanging onto the player though and with Dortmund in good financial health, may decide to let the player leave for nothing in exchange for one more year with the club.
Dortmund have lost significant ground in the race for the Bundesliga title this season to rivals Bayern Munich after narrowly beating the German giants to the trophy last season.
They are keen to mount an improved challenge next year and that may pave the way for Lewandowksi to extend his stay at the club.