The agent of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has refused to dismiss speculation that the Pole could leave the Allianz Arena in the summer.
Reports this week suggested Lewandowski is unhappy with the impending arrival of Carlo Ancelotti at Bayern and that he is seeking a move away from the club, with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain all said to be interested.
The player himself appeared to dismiss the rumours when asked earlier this week but his agent, Cezary Kucharski, has now seemingly left the door open for a move.
“We’re very happy at Bayern Munich. We’ll see what happens in the future, but I cannot tell you anymore,” Kucharski said.
“For me, he’s the best No.9 in the world. Everyone knows the price of the best players in their position, but I can’t give you a figure. I don’t think Bayern want to sell him and I don’t want to talk about his price, especially since the championship starts again in Germany on Friday.
“In football, you can never know what will happen. The most important thing is that he fights for the Champions League.”
When asked about PSG’s reported interest in Lewandowski, Kucharski added: “No comment. It’s better not to say anything about it.”
Lewandowski is one of the most feared strikers in the world and, if he is really seeking a move away from Bayern, Man United must do all they can to ensure they are in with a shout of signing him.
United have been crying out for a dominant force up top this season and Lewandowski’s mere presence would send a signal to the rest of the Premier League. Although it would be a difficult transfer to pull off, the hope is that work is being done behind the scenes to bring him to Old Trafford.