Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has criticised Robert Lewandowski’s advisers as the striker continues to be linked with Manchester United.
Lewandowski is known to be keen on moving to the Premier League, and one of his representatives recently confirmed that offers have been received from several English clubs.
The Poland international recently confirmed he was looking to secure a move to England and has previously been quoted as saying he would find it hard to achieve anything else with Dortmund.
But the Bundesliga outfit insist they have no intention of selling the 23-year-old, despite him only having two years left on his contract.
And Klopp told Sport Bild: "I have absolutely no problem with Robert.
"His advisers, however, are not be part of my team.".
Cezary Kucharski, who represents Lewandowski, earlier this week dismissed reports linking his client with a move to Italy following reported interest from Serie A champions Juventus.
In the Premier League, Arsenal and Man Utd have been keen on the forward for some time, while reports in the past fortnight have suggested Chelsea and Tottenham are also thought to be showing interest.
And Maik Barthel, who also represents Lewandowski, last month told Goal.com: "Unofficially there are offers from English top clubs.
"We respect the contract situation in Dortmund and don't want to take part in speculation.
"A £13million transfer fee is not suitable."
Barthel's comments came after Chelsea reportedly tabled a £13m bid for the Pole, who is valued by his club at around £30m.