Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has hinted he might be leaving his club at the end of the season, rising Manchester United‘s hopes to bring the Polish hitman to the Premier League.

Despite not having announced his decision, the striker’s agent Czesary Kucharsky invited everyone to “read between the lines” after saying that the 24 year-old, whose contract expires in 2014, has never stayed more than two seasons in the same club, The Sun reports.

“It is up to him to decide when to announce it. If you have followed Robert’s career so far, you will know Robert never played at one club for more than two years”, Kucharski clued.

And he added: “He is in his third year at Dortmund now. If you can read between the lines, you will know what that means”.

Manchester United have been targeting Lewandowski since the last summer, and their expectations to sign the player can increase now that main opponents for the deal, Bayern Munich, seem to have withdrawn the race.

Bavarian’s executive chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge assured: “We already have three strikers. I don’t think it’s necessary”.

Bundesliga leaders’ top dog assures “a big transfer would make no sense”, as the current squad already have two or three players for every position.