Blackburn transfer target Robert Lewandowski has vowed his future "will become clear soon" as boss Sam Allardyce finds himself in a three-way battle for the Poland striker.
Borussia Dortmund and Genoa are also in the running for the 21-year -old, with the Italians apparently having had a bid of £4.3million already rejected by Lewandowski's club, Lech Poznan.
Poznan are believed to be holding out for around £5million, which is understood to be too pricey for Rovers, and so force Allardyce to turn his attention elsewhere. Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph via his agent, Lewandowski said: "Everything will become clear soon, but the clubs have to talk.
"A lot depends on Lech as they have to agree a deal with one of the potential new clubs.
"Each of the clubs are attractive for me. I don't think there is a big difference if I end up playing for either one of these clubs.
"I don't know if it is a big fee. I don't decide that. Of course there is still a chance that I could stay at Lech Poznan.
"Nothing is certain."
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