Manchester United and Chelsea target Robert Lewandowski has refused to say where his future lies at the end of the season.
The Borussia Dortmund top scorer has been linked with a number of Europe’s top clubs after putting in some impressive performances in the Champions League this season.
Manchester United have long been linked with Lewandowski but Chelsea soon became serious players in his future.
Numerous reports claimed Jose Mourinho has taken a liking to the 24-year-old and wants his at Stamford Bridge next season – where the Real Madrid boss has been heavily linked with moving this summer.
However, Lewandowski was not about to get involved in any discussions over whether he would end up at Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford.
“At this time I do not think about the transfer market or my future,” he told Polish TV station TVN24.
"There are still two games left this season with Borussia Dortmund and I want to win both. I will think about my future after those games and then make a decision."
One of those games in the Champions League final at Wembley, where he will almost certainly be in the Dortmund team to take on Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich – another club heavily linked with a move for him.
Dortmund will not be keen to sell to their rivals, especially after they were powerless to stop another of their star men, Mario Götze, from agreeing a deal to join them in the summer.
However, they could well be forced to sell him as his contract expires in 2014 and he has refused to sign an extension.