Robert Lewandowski’s representative has played down the possibility of the striker leaving Bayern Munich.
Manchester United and Chelsea were heavily linked with Lewandowski, 28, last week and one broadcaster claimed the clubs had opened talks with the Poland international.
The same broadcaster later reported Bayern’s statement that Lewandowski had no intention of moving and there had been ‘no talks with other clubs’.
Lewandowski’s representatives were unsurprisingly unwilling to respond in light of last week’s reports and Cezary Kucharski has hailed Bayern as the ‘best club’ for Lewandowski to continue his development.
“I don’t want to say anything more on this subject, because everything I say here is translated into German and every word is analysed by the media,” Kucharski told Futbolfejs.pl.
“However, I’ve got used to always being the one to blame when it concerns Lewandowski.
“I’ve always said, though, and I’m still of the same opinion, that Bayern Munich are the best club for the development of his career. And my opinion hasn’t changed, not today nor yesterday.”
The M.E.N. approached Lewandowski’s representatives for comment last week but did not receive a response.
Lewandowski was unhappy at a supposed lack of support from his teammates during Bayern’s final game of the Bundesliga campaign, when he failed to score and was beaten to the top scorer award by Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Sir Alex Ferguson confirmed in his autobiography he mulled over signing Lewandowski in 2012.
“Mick Phelan and I had been to Germany to see the German cup final, to watch Shinji Kagawa, Robert Lewandowski and Mats Hummels,” Ferguson wrote in his second autobiography. Lewandowski struck a hat-trick in Dortmund’s 5-2 victory over his future club Bayern.
Ferguson decided to sign Robin van Persie from Arsenal instead and the Dutchman scored 30 goals in 2012-13 as United won their 20th title.