Robert Lewandowski has avoided questions about a summer move to Manchester United after he scored Poland's goal in Friday's 1-1 draw with Greece at Euro 2012.
Lewandowski scored the opening goal of Euro 2012 on Friday, putting the co-hosts ahead after 17 minutes of their Group A opener, heading home after his side had dominated the opening stages of the game.
Although unconfirmed, the Borussia Dortmund forward is believed to closing in on a big-money move to Man Utd after Poland coach Franciszek Smuda hinted that a deal was on the cards.
But speaking after the game, which ended 1-1, Lewandowski dodged questions about a move to Old Trafford.
"I am so happy to score this goal in the opening match," he said.
"But I'm not going to concentrate on these issues [joining United]. Euro 2012 is the priority. I'm totally focused on the national team."
Speaking ahead of Friday's game, Smuda had said: "In my opinion, in a moment they will be gone from Borussia.
"'Lewy' is going to Manchester United, Kuba [Blaszczykowski] also somewhere in England, [Lukasz] Piszczek to Real [Madrid].
"They have a goal and they want to grow. I base the squad on them."
Lewandowski, who has two years left on his existing deal with the Bundesliga giants, had recently said he believed it would be hard to accomplish anything else with the club.
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