Fergie still eyes Polish hitman
Manchester United will reportedly ignore Borussia Dortmund's claims that Robert Lewandowski is staying put by making a £22million bid.
The German Bundesliga champions reacted to recent claims from Poland national team boss Franciszek Smuda that the 22-year-old star striker is set for a summer move to Old Trafford by insisting he is 'off-limits'.
However, having already snapped up Lewandowski's Dortmund team-mate Shinji Kagawa this summer, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson appears ready to press ahead with his bid to bring in the Polish hitman.
The veteran Scot sees Lewandowski, who scored 22 goals last season to fire the German outfit to league and domestic cup glory, as the perfect man to fill the void which will be left by Dimitar Berbatov's anticipated summer departure out of Old Trafford.
To counter the interest from United and German rivals Bayern Munich, Dortmund are set to offer Lewandowski a new bumper four-year deal worth £75,000 a week.