Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has admitted foreign clubs are chasing his signature. The 27-year-old star is among the most sought-after forwards in world football and is aware that a number of elite sides are trying to prize him away from Bavaria.
However, the Polish forward has revealed he is open to the prospect of signing a new contract with Bayern. "I know that there is interest from abroad, but I can very well imaging putting pen to paper on a new deal here because of the super team and the good co-operation, because the club is known to honour good performances," Lewandowski told Sport Bild.
Lewandowski has been linked with moves to Liverpool and Real Madrid in recent months. The striker, though, has suggested he could follow the likes of Thomas Muller and Jerome Boateng in committing his long-term future to Bayern.
"I've noticed how the club has prepared for the future," he said. "The new deals for Boateng and Muller were a good sign that FC Bayern can keep their star players despite the money in England."
A move to Liverpool would see Lewandowski reunite with his former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, who took charge at Anfield in October 2015. The player has also been linked with a big-money move to Real Madrid, where he could become a central figure in Zinedine Zidane's side.