Prolific Pole is currently one of the most sought-after attackers in Europe.
In-demand Borussia Dortmund front man Robert Lewandowski will pocket a staggering £9 million signing-on fee when he finally completes his long-awaited and much-publicised free tansfer to Bundesliga champions and Uefa Champions League holders Bayern Munich at the end of this season, according to exclusive reports in the Daily Mail.
The future of the coveted Poland international has been open to debate for some time now, with Lewandowski’s name having been linked with a whole host of massive clubs from across the Continent ever since the striker revealed that he would not be putting pen to paper on a new contract with Dortmund.
And with the 25-year-old’s deal with last season’s Bundesliga and Champions League runners-up set to run out on June 30 2014, Lewandowski is able to start negotiating with potential interested parties as soon as the winter transfer window does finally open again for business for the year in January.
However, it is an open secret in Europe that the Pole is already destined for the Allianz Arena next season, and with a signing-on fee valued at very nearly £10m and a weekly wage packet reportedly estimated at £150,000, you can probably understand just why Lewandowski has rejected the advances of both Manchester United and Chelsea in favour of a move to Bavaria instead.