Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski remains quiet about his future club, although Real Madrid is involved in the conjecture.
After his contract with Borrusia Dortmund ends, Lewandowski is anticipated to switch to German rival Bayern Munich next summer.
However, other foreign clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid have been associated with the Polish star, who has paid his respects for the Premier League.
Although Real Madrid are still benefiting from Welsh Gareth Bale from last summer, they are reportedly planning a profitable salary bid to Lewandowski.
Yet Lewandowski said to Polish TV show Cafe Futbol: “I do not know if [it will be] Real Madrid or Bayern Munich. Currently I’m a Borussia Dortmund player.”
Recently, rumours of Lewandowski being interested in the Premier League became disclosed. At one time, he had spoken to former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson.
Anytime from this month, the Polish striker will be allowed to sign a pre-contract with any club he chooses and he is enthusiastic regarding starting fresh in a new club.
In early November, he said: “I feel good in Dortmund. But next season I just want something new. Next year there will be a decision about my future. Therefore, people do not need to keep asking me questions on this issue.”