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The likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City are all keen on the Polish international, who was widely expected to move to Bayern Munich over the summer.

Lewandowski’s current contract expires at the end of the season, and he has no intention of extending his stay at the Westfalenstadion.

He is free to agree an end of season free switch to Bayern, but Dortmund are desperate to keep him out of the clutches of their domestic rivals.

As a result, there are willing to sell him to foreign sides for only £7m – a fraction of the £30m plus which has been quoted for his services in recent times.

The Premier League quartet are all keen to seal a deal for the 25-year-old, who s widely regarded as one of the finest strikers in European football.

If a move for Lewandowski is agreed, Dortmund are ready to turn to City’s Edin Dzeko as a replacement.

The Bosnian forward faces an uncertain future at the Etihad Stadium due to the presence of a number of rivals.

Dortmund are ready to offer him an escape route, which may tempt the Eastern European ace ahead of the 2014 World Cup.

Could a Premier League switch put Robert Lewandowski off a move to Bayern Munich?

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