Polish striker not leaving Dortmund this summer.
Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has appeared to rule out a late summer switch to Chelsea as he is happy to stay at the club for one more season, according to the Daily Express.
The 24-year-old striker has been the centre of much speculation this summer, as his fine form for Dortmund over the last couple of years has seen him emerge as a target for a number of top clubs around Europe.
Lewandowski himself was supposedly keen on making a controversial move to Dortmund’s rivals Bayern Munich, and admits he was not happy with how this situation was dealt with earlier in the summer.
However, he insists he is now focused on helping Dortmund catch up with treble winners Bayern this season, and he will review his future in a year’s time.
“The situation is now that I will stay in Dortmund for one more year,” Lewandowski said. “We have put aside all disagreements and have cleared the air. There were mistakes made but the case is closed.
“I had a different starting point. I thought I was allowed to transfer. I was then disappointed and angry. But now everything is calm. I have always said I would respect my contract.
“BVB (Dortmund) are ready to mount an attack for every title. We are chasing Bayern.”
With Chelsea failing in a move to land want-away Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, it was thought that they could make a late move to lure Lewandowski to the Premier League this summer.
The Polish international has also been previously linked with the likes of Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
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