Dortmund’s manager believes that Robert Lewandowski will become a Bayern Munich player next summer.
Borussia Dortmund’s manager Jurgen Klopp believes that his star striker Robert Lewandowski will leave the club next summer and become a Bayern Munich player, Sky Sports reports.
The future of Lewandowski has been one of the summers main talking points, with a host of top clubs thought to be interested in signing the Polish striker.
A move to Bayern Munich was thought to be almost a certainty, with Lewandowski describing the Champions League winners as his dream club.
However, Dortmund blocked a potential move to Bayern as they don’t want to make their main German rivals any stronger, having already sold Mario Gotze to Bayern in April.
Lewandowski only has one year left on his contract with Dortmund, meaning he could make a move to Bayern for free next summer and Klopp believes that is what will happen.
“I believe it’s a fact that Robert Lewandowski will move to Bayern after the coming season,” Klopp told German newspaper Welt am Sonntag.
“Now it’s about this: how do we build in the time until then? That is our concern, and it is our duty to our fans and members to take care that in the coming season we also have a more than competitive team”.
Lewanowski has also interested a host of Premier League clubs , including Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea but it is understood that he is only interested in a move to Bayern Munich.
The Polish striker has scored 54 goals in 98 Bundesliga appearances for Dortmund and became the first player to score four goals in a Champions League semi-final when he destroyed Real Madrid almost single-handedly.