Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski says he has no intention of making a decision about his future until the end of the season.
Lewandowski, 24, has been strongly linked with a summer move to Bayern Munich, while Manchester United and Real Madrid have also been tipped to swoop for his services.
However, the Poland international wants to focus completely on Dortmund's final games of the campaign, particularly the impending Champions League final date with Bayern at Wembley on May 25.
“There is only one thing on my mind right now,” he told Polish TV station TVN24 on Thursday. “A transfer is not an issue for me right now. We will have to wait until the season is over. I think that everything will become clear then.”
Reports in the German media have claimed that a deal has been struck between Dortmund and Bayern, who have already confirmed that they will sign BVB star Mario Gotze for €37 million at the end of the season.
But Dortmund are required to make details of any transfers public as part of their stock exchange listing and neither they, nor the Bavarians, have yet made an announcement regarding Lewandowski.
The forward and his representatives had been given until May 15 to put their cards on the table but that deadline has been and gone with no concrete solution regarding the €25 million-rated player as yet.