Borrusia Dortmund manager, Jurgen Klopp, says that Bayern Munich are yet to make an official bid for Robert Lewandowski.
The Bundesliga and Champions League winners are heavily touted to lure free-scoring Polish international Lewandowski to the Allianz Arena next season.
Outgoing Bayern manager, Jupp Heynckes, as well as Lewandowski’s agent have suggested a deal for the player is as good as done.
But Klopp says otherwise, and that Dortmund are yet to give up all hope of retaining their hit-man.
However, one way or another, Dortmund are determined to bring the transfer soap opera to a hasty end.
And while he insists that he is not disappointed with Lewandowski for his part in the conjecture, Klopp is frustrated by the way the story has unfolded.
“As of today, an official Bayern offer does not exist,” Klopp told German newspaper Bild.
“I’d still like to think that Robert will play for us next season. We will see to it that we will put an end to the speculation over the next few days.”
“The funny thing is everybody’s acting like it’s all done,” Klopp added.
“Jupp Heynckes says it, his agents say it – and we have no offer. What’s that all about? How things are turning out now is not fair or nice.”