Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski is not likely to move to the Premier LeagueGetty Images

Robert Lewandowski's agent, Cezary Kucharski, has ruled out the possibility of the in-form Bayern Munich star joining Manchester United in the future, due to the weather. Kucharski suggested that should the Poland international international leave the Allianz Arena his most likely destinations would be Barcelona and Rael Madrid.

Kucharski was asked about his client's future on the night that Lewandowski became the most-discussed sportsman in the world, stepping off the bench at half-time against Wolfsburg to score five goals in nine minutes, leading Bayern to a 5-1 victory. Lewandowski had been linked with a move to Old Trafford over the summer after the departure of both Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie left Louis van Gaal with need of a new attacker, but instead he signed Anthony Martial from Monaco on deadline day.

Asked about a potential future move to the Premier League giants during an interview with Poland's TVN24, the agent said: "Manchester is too rainy. Weather in Munich is nicer and it is a better place to live".

Kucharski, nevertheless, refused to rule out a move in future despite the 27-year-old star only joining Bayern in 2014 after running down his contract at rivals Borussia Dortmund.

"I have a plan in mind regarding the future of Lewandowski," he confirmed.

Kucharski, who himself played in La Liga with Gijon in the past, admitted Barcelona and Real Madrid would be good options for his striker. "Both places are nice. In Spain there is the best environment to play football".

Manager Pep Guardiola, meanwhile, praised the striker after his five goals against Wolfburg and hailed his importance for the future of the team – despite starting the game on the bench.

"This is something I have never experienced before. Five goals in nine minutes. Robert has been a great player in Germany and the world for some time now," he said after the game. "I am very happy for Robert. For his confidence and our future this was extremely important. I can't really understand it. Five goals. Neither as a coach nor as a player did I ever experience something like this and I can't really explain it. Five goals against Wolfsburg isnever easy."