Bayern's Robert Lewandowski not thinking of Real Madrid rumours

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MUNICH -- Amid renewed speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid, Robert Lewandowski has told kicker he is solely focussed on winning the triple with Bayern Munich.

Lewandowski, 29, is under contract with the Bundesliga champions until 2021, but has previously been linked with a move to Madrid after one of the striker's agents told Der Spiegel that talks with the Spanish club had taken place.

"I'm not thinking about that at all at the moment," Lewandowski said.

"I'm a Bayern player and I want to give everything here. That is my priority. If I was to think about this Real speculation as a Bayern player, it would not be good for me because I would not be focused on my job here anymore."

Signed on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, Lewandowski has won five Bundesliga titles (two at BVB) and the DFB Pokal twice (once with BVB) but has never won the Champions League. The Poland captain was a member of Jurgen Klopp's Dortmund side that lost to Jupp Heynckes' Bayern in 2013 at Wembley.

Seeking their sixth Bundesliga title in succession, Bayern have moved 21 points clear at the top with 11 games remaining. Lewandowski has racked up 20 league goals so far this season, including a last-minute penalty as Bayern came from behind to beat Wolfsburg 2-1 at the weekend -- their 10th successive Bundesliga win. The Bavarians are also safely into the last four of the DFB Pokal for the ninth successive season.

Still going strong on all three fronts, Lewandowski said: "We want to win them all."

Bayern are preparing for the visit of Turkish side Besiktas in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Lewandowski added: "It wouldn't be a shock if Bayern won the Champions League.

"But it could possibly become even more difficult in the future. We'll have to see what happens in the other leagues.

"Big teams will always remain big teams. Manchester City are one of the top favourites -- alongside Real, Barcelona and Bayern.

"Paris Saint-Germain is actually at the same level as well and we shall see if PSG can still come back from the 3-1 defeat in Madrid."