Borussia Dortmund have told their striker Robert Lewandowski that he must sort his future out by May, or stay at the club for the last year of his contract.
24-year-old Polish international Lewandowski has told Dortmund that he does not want to extend his current deal with them, which expires at the end of next season.
The club has agreed to sell him, but says that it will not entertain any offers beyond May this year.
Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal all apparently covet Lewandowski, but if none of them offer hard cash for him soon, Dortmund say they will make him stay.
“We have clearly positioned ourselves,” Dortmund general manager, Michael Zorc, told kicker, regarding Lewa’s status at the club.
Dortmund have slapped a €30 million price tag on Lewandowski, and are now waiting for another club to meet their valuation, or they will take him off the market.
“We hear there is interest, but until now we have not received any offers,” Zorc added.
Which of Bayern, United, Chelsea and Arsenal most needs Lewandowski?