Poland coach Franciszek Smuda has revealed that Borussia Dortmund’s Polish trio could be heading out of Bundesliga this summer.
After drawing their first game against Greece in the Euro 2012 opener, Smuda insisted that there’s no reason to panic and that the Poles could still make it beyond the group stage as he has enough faith in Poland’s Dortmund trio of Lewandowski, Blaszczkowski and Pisczek. Robert Lewandowski improved his reputation as a world class striker as he scored the very first goal of the tournament heading home a brilliant cross from his Dortmund team mate Blaszczykowski. According to the boss, the Dortmund ace could be heading to Manchester United this summer with the Polish captain Blaszczykowski joining another club in the premier league.
‘In my opinion, in a moment they will be gone from Borussia,’ Smuda said. ‘”Lewy” is going to Manchester United, Kuba also somewhere in England, Piszczek to Real (Madrid).’
Manchester United have been heavily linked with the Poland no. 9 and it seems that there has been a breakthrough in the talks between the two clubs. United have already landed Shinji Kagawa and signing Lewandowski would be a real coup for the Reds as they aim to regain the premier league title from their city neighbors.
Arsenal are likely to be the front runners to sign Blaszczykowski after the Londoners seem to have given up on most of their top transfer targets. The north London club has been linked to a host of top players including Lewandowski who was rumored to be involved in a player swap deal this summer but are yet to sign anyone to the growing dismay of their fans. An inconsistent Theo Walcott and lack of options in the right midfield area could tempt Wenger to sign Kuba.
However, with Lewandowski wanting a move to United and Kagawa already gone it is to be seen if Dortmund are willing to let go another of their prized assets. The deal involving Lewandowski who scored 22 goals last season in Bundesliga, is rumored to be around £15m.