Dortmund star Lewandowski could be sold
Robert Lewandowski could be sold in the summer if he continues to stall on contract talks at Borussia Dortmund, according to chief Hans-Joachim Watzke. Man Utd have been tracking the striker.
Last season Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had been monitoring the Polish international and during Euro 2012 personally watched the striker in action, but instead the Scot turned his attention to Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.
United could now make yet another offer for the player next summer, after Dortmund admitted the player could be sold.
"If Robert does not extended his contract, we will proceed as always," Watzke said. "Us three [coach Jurgen Klopp, general manager Michael Zorc and Watzke] will sit down together and discuss what to do next. The result is totally open."