Striker admits to eyeing exit door.
Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has finally admitted that he would like to leave the club this summer but refused to name a destination, Sky Sports reports.
The Polish international has been a long time target of Manchester United and Bayern Munich, with Real Madrid also taking an interest and he has stated that he hopes to join his ‘dream club’ over the coming weeks rather than see out the final year of his contract with Borussia.
Reports in Germany have suggested that he has already agreed terms with Bayern Munich and will join them next summer, though both parties are reportedly keep to wrap up the deal this year.
“I expect everything to be cleared up now so that I will be allowed to move to my dream club this summer,” he said.
“That would be the best for everybody involved.”
If he does join Dortmund’s Champions League final rivals he will link up with fellow Borussia old boy Mario Gotze who signed a pre agreement with the club before their semi final tie against Real Madrid.
However, Lewandowski did admit that he doesn’t want to leave Dortmund because he is unhappy there.
“Dortmund are a fantastic club whom I will always admire,” he added.
“It’s just now I want a new challenge for my future.”