Borussia Dortmund general manager Hans-Joachim Watzke says the club will discuss any offers that come in for Robert Lewandowski.

The Polish striker is likely to attract plenty of interest in the summer, especially from Manchester United, and any proposals that do land in the Westfalenstadion inbox will be spoken about with the player according to Watzke.

Watzke told Aktuellen Sportstudio that any 'decent offers' received before May 15 will be discussed with he and his advisors but 'that does not mean that Robert will definitely change [clubs].'

Despite being tracked by United, Lewandowski has also emerged as a strong target for Bayern Munich after his agent Maik Barthel previously claimed his client was set to join the German champions.

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