- Dortmund have renewed their interest in resigning Robert Lewandowski
- The 29-year-old attacker reportedly wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer
- The Poland striker has been linked with Man United, Real Madrid and Chelsea
Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmundhave confirmed their interest in chasing a deal to re-sign Robert Lewandowski.
The striker reportedly wants to leave Bayern Munich after four seasons at the Allianz Arena and has been linked to Manchester United, Real Madrid and Chelsea.
Super agent Pini Zahavi said in May that the 29-year-old “needs a change and a new challenge in his career”.
And Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has now confirmed that the club will place a €100m (£88.8m) bid to bring Lewandowski back to the club from their rivals.
The Poland international established himself as one of Europe’s best marksmen under Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp at Dortmund.
He left on a free transfer to Bayern where he has scored over 40 goals in the last three campaigns.
In an interview with SportBild, Watzke said: ”Robert knows the business, the league, even the club and we know he would work right away.
"Only a handful of players in the world can give you this security.
"For such a player, I would be willing to pay even €100m.
"The players in the top segment no longer cost €50m, but rather €100m.
"We could handle that, too, if we absolutely want to have a player and are a thousand per cent convinced.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has reportedly said that he will not force Arturo Vidal to stay at the club against his wish.
The Chilean midfielder is heavily wanted by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho as he continues to build his team for competition next term.
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