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Lewandowski leaves his future wide open

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Lewandowski is set to be courted in January. (©GettyImages)
Lewandowski is set to be courted in January. (©GettyImages).

Robert Lewandowski has been the topic of mass transfer speculation this summer and this is set to continue through this season, at least up to January when the post-Christmas transfer window opens.

Lewandowski will be looking to impress as he represents his country tonight at Wembley, with England hoping to secure automatic qualification by beating Poland.

Lewandowski who will be out of contract next summer and will be free to talk to clubs in January as his three-year-deal comes to a close. Current employers Borussia Dortmund have given up the ghost on keeping Lewandowski who has set his sights on pastures new.

It was believed that a deal had been agreed verbally with Bayern Munich and this would be concluded in January, meaning Lewandowski would have joined former team mate Mario Gotze at the Allianz Arena.

However this appears to be premature as Lewandowski himself has denied any deal has been reached, which is sure to alert Real Madrid, United, Arsenal and Chelsea who will all be interested in the Polish striker's signature.

Lewandowski has enjoyed an impressive three years in the Bundesliga and was an instrumental part in Dortmund's two league titles in 2010/2011 and 2011/2012. That's not to mention their very good run in the Champions League last campaign which saw them reach last season's final only to be thwarted by their Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich.

The 25-year-old has an exceptional goal record, having notching 58 goals in 103 games for Dortmund and 18 goals in 58 games for his beloved Poland.

His signature would be a huge signal of intent for the remainder of the season by anyone who can capture it.

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