Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski claims he will not take a decision on his future until after the Champions League final. The Polish international is in great demand, with the Express linking him to Manchester United and Chelsea, as well as Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

Robert Lewandowski

"At this time I do not think about the transfer market or my future. There are still two games left this season with Borussia Dortmund and I want to win both. I will think about my future after those games and then make a decision," the 24-year-old told Polish television station TVN24.

Lewandowski has been in sensational form this season, scoring 23 goals and creating five more from 28 league starts. However, it wasn't till a magnificent display against nine-time European champions Real Madrid that his name really made big clubs take notice.

Lewandowski scored four goals in the first leg of a Champions League semi final against José Mourinho's men, to lead his club past the favourites and into the final against Bayern Munich. The fact he has a prolific record in the German league (53 goals from 77 starts) and has scored 10 goals from 11 Champions League games this season only adds to his value.

Both United and Munich have been strongly linked to his signature in the summer, with the Bavarians believed to have an edge. Former Norwegian international Jan Åge Fjørtoft was quoted by talkSPORT as claiming the German champions already have a pre-contract agreement in place.

Madrid have also been linked to the Pole, with Spanish newspaper Marca reporting the player met club president Florentino Perez, privately, after the second leg of the two clubs' semi final. Madrid won 2-0 on the night but those four goals at the Signal Iduna Park pushed Dortmund through.

Whatever Lewandowski's final decision is, the general feeling is that he will leave the club in the summer. The striker reportedly has a £21m price tag on his head and none of the four clubs linked to his services will have any qualms about meeting that valuation, particularly since Munich have already broken the German transfer record by signing a reported £31.5m deal for his team mate, Mario Götze.