Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has revealed that he spoke to Real Madrid club president Florentino Perez following their sides' Champions League clash.
The Polish international, who has been heavily linked with moves to Manchester United and Bayern Munich, told the German press he spoke to the Real Madrid official following the second leg of Dortmund's semi-final clash with the La Liga club, which Jurgen Klopp's side won 4-3 on aggregate.
Real Madrid have also been linked with a move for the sought after forward following his blistering last two campaigns with Dortmund, but Lewandowski insists there was nothing ominous about his meeting with Perez.
"I spoke to Florentino in the locker room at the Bernabeu, but we did not comment on anything that hadn't already been talked about in the press," Lewandowski said, as reported in AS.
The 24-year-old striker enhanced his already formidable reputation as one of Europe's finest forward's with his sumptuous four goal performance against Real Madrid in the first leg of their semi-final tie.
Lewandowski will enter the last year of his contract this summer and is largely expected to leave the Westfalenstadion after failing to agree to a contract extension.
Manchester United's interest in the forward has been a common theme throughout the season, and the continued speculation regarding the future of Wayne Rooney is unlikely to change that.
The England international has asked to leave Old Trafford this summer, and despite the club's refusal to sanction his departure, a move, and a subsequent arrival of a replacement could beckon.
Bavarian giants Bayern continued to be linked with an audacious move for the forward. It would be the club's second acquisition from their nearest rivals in recent times, after they met the buyout clause of Dormund's Mario Goetze, who will move to the Allianz Arena at the end of the season.
Reports today suggest that Bayern are willing to meet a €25 million buyout clause as early as next week, which could force the hand of Real Madrid and United.