Lewandowski Going Nowhere: Kovac

Football News: The New Bayern manager says his frontman is going nowhere despite being linked with a move away from the Bundesliga giants.

Kovac dismisses Lewandowski's move away from Munich.

The Spanish giants Real Madrid have been long linked with the Polish international, and this season they are looking to bring him to fulfill the spot of Ronaldo who left Madrid for Juventus.

Hans-Joachim Watzke the CEO of Dortmund added some fuel to Lewandowski’s transfer speculation by saying that Dortmund is ready to bring him back and willing to spend  €100million for him.

But the News Bayern Head honcho voiced: "There's nothing new with Robert, it's clear that he will not leave this club because we have a top striker and we certainly do not want to relinquish him or give him away,"

"We want to achieve a lot with him. He is a great footballer, who has achieved a lot in the Bundesliga, scored many goals and now in the new season certainly will score many goals."

Though Kovac Acknowledge that the Polish striker interest on leaving but also on the same time he described as a full professional and said that he would not attempt to force a move.

He added: "It's true that Robert toys with going elsewhere. Only [he has] one thing he likes, the other is what we like to do,"

"Robert has a contract – I do not know how long – and he will certainly stay as long as possible here."