Target: Poland striker Robert Lewandowski in training ahead of the opening match of Euro 2012 in Warsaw
Wunderbar: Lewandowski helped Borussia Dortmund to the Bundesliga title last season
Manchester United are closing in on the signing of Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, according to his boss with Poland's national team.
Sir Alex Ferguson watched Dortmund's impressive 5-2 German Cup final win over Bayern Munich last month and has since signed Shinji Kagawa for £17million. Lewandowski, 23, scored a hat-trick in that game and has been tipped to star for the co-hosts at Euro 2012.
Poland coach Franciszek Smuda boasts three players from the German champions in Lewandowki, Lukasz Piszczek and Kuba Blaszczykowski. But he revealed that all three are expected to leave Dortmund this summer.
Is that the way to Old Trafford? Lewandowski (left) with his Poland team-mates on Thursday
Lewandowski is set to enter the final two years of his current deal and contract talks with Dortmund broke down last month. His agent Maik Barthel said at the time: 'The offer from Dortmund is not enough and I can confirm there is interest from Manchester United.'
Ferguson is also keen on a third Dortmund player, Germany defender Mats Hummels.
A trio of other Premier League giants have been tracking Lewandowski. Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea are all keen on the striker, who helped Dortmund to retain their Bundesliga title last season.