Lewandowski decision made

Borussia Dortmund star Robert Lewandowski has confirmed that he has decided who he will be playing for next season.

Last Updated: 06/11/13 at 14:52 Post Comment

Robert Lewandowski: Has decided his future

Robert Lewandowski: Has decided his future

The Polish star has long been linked to Bayern Munich and he is widely expected to move to the Allianz Arena next summer.

Last month, Lewandowski stated he still has a desire to play in England and that he was yet to choose his next club, but he now says that his decision has been made.

"I will reveal my future next year. No one needs to get in touch with me anymore," he told Sport-BILD weekly.

"I have decided what I am to do. I simply want to have a new challenge next season, despite the fact I am feeling very, very happy being at Borussia Dortmund."

The 25-year-old joined Borussia in 2010, but he is out of contract at the end of the season, meaning he is able to leave on a free transfer in the summer.

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ow is the time for Allardyce to finally get a chance at a big club please. He is likely to have a number of great offers for his services this summer, but who will he choose? Will it be Liverpool, Real Madrid, Dortmund or Man City?

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