Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski insists he is 100 percent committed to the club following a long-running transfer saga.
The 24-year-old Polish international missed out on his ‘dream move’ to European Champions and rivals Bayern Munich and will remain in Dortmund for the final year of his contract.
He had also been linked to the English champions Manchester United after Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez were tipped to leave.
But Lewandowski, who netted 24 Bundesliga goals last season and a further 10 during Dortmund’s run to the Champions League final, has assured the club and fans he will be as focused as ever on the pitch.
After defeating Munich and landing the German Super Cup with a 4-2 victory, the Polish star told Bild newspaper: “I hope this is not the last title.
“I will give everything I’ve got for Dortmund. When I am out on the pitch, Dortmund is all I think about. It does not matter what happened.”
Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed earlier this month that Lewandowski will see out his remaining contract and will join Bayern next year.
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