Sunday, 21 April 2013

Robert Lewandowski: We may miss out says Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson fears Manchester United may lose out to Bayern Munich in the race for Polish goal machine Robert Lewandowski.

The Borussia Dortmund frontman scored his 30th goal of the season for in the 2-0 defeat of Mainz 05 last night and has long been on the Reds radar.

Rumours in Germany suggest he is willing to quit Dortmund in the summer, even if they win the Champions League.

That has put United on red alert with Ferguson keen on entering the market for the 24-year-old Pole.

He may already have four top notch strikers at the club but he believes Lewandowski would represent a smart buy at £24m for a player still to hit his prime.

But Ferguson now fears Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are close to tying up a deal for the striker, who hit recently broke a German record by scoring in 11 consecutive league matches.

He said: "Bayern Munich are strong with that one too."

The arrival of Lewandowski will increase speculation that Wayne Rooney is off to PSG but the United striker has no intention of quitting Old Trafford.

He still has two years left to run on his contract and is looking to open talks on a new deal in the summer.

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