Borussia Dortmund star heading for the Allianz Arena.
German source BILD claims that Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has signed not one, but two, contracts linking him with Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
The 24 year old has apparently agreed terms on a deal to join the Allianz Arena side either this summer, dependent on the Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich reaching agreement on a proposed fee, or the summer of 2014, when he would be out of contract and available on a free transfer and presumably able to command an even bigger wage packet.
Lewandowski is also said to have agreed a deal with Adidas, who are of course Bayern Munich’s kit sponsors, as opposed to Dortmund, who are covered by Puma.
Interest in the Polish international was already fairly intense but a four goal haul against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final first leg clash this week has seen speculation whirl out of control and incoming boss Pep Guardiola may well have felt the need to push on with moves to sign Lewandowski as soon as possible to avoid potentially losing the powerful striker to another interested party.
Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp will not want to see his main striking weapon leave but will be even more loathed to see him join the club’s main domestic rivals, especially having seen midfielder Mario Gotze agree a deal to join the Bavarian side in the summer.