The striker only has one year remaining on his contract at Dortmund and had hoped to move to Bayern Munich this summer.
Robert Lewandowski says that he feels “cheated” by his current club Borussia Dortmund, who have refused to sell him to Bayern Munich this summer, Sky Sports reports.
The Pole had hoped to move to the Champions League winners this summer but Dortmund have refused to sell the striker to their German rivals, leaving Lewandowski to see out the remainder of his contract at Dortmund before moving to Bayern for free next summer.
The situation has upset Lewandowski, with the striker saying that he feels cheated by some of Dortmund’s management during an interview with Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita.
Lewandowski said: “If someone says something, he should keep his word. I’m not saying it’s only about the transfer, but other things we have discussed with management and that has not materialised”.
“It turns out that words spoken straight into my eyes were untrue. No matter how hard I will train and what I will do, the feeling that I’ve been cheated will still be there”.
Several Premier League sides are also thought to be interest in the Polish striker, including Manchester United and Chelsea.
The English clubs were hoping that Lewandowski would contemplate a move to the Premier League rather than staying at Dortmund but the striker has recently said that he willing to see out the remainder of his contract at the Champions League runners-up.