Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski is likely to join German rivals and newly crowned Champions League winners Bayern Munich, the Pole's agent said today.
However, Cezary Kucharski said that Bayern had yet to agree terms for Dortmund's top-scorer.
"For us it is clear, but we have not signed anything," Kucharski said. "The clubs need to reach an agreement."
Kucharski gave no further details, but said they should emerge within three weeks' time. After the Champions League win over Dortmund on Saturday, Bayern's outgoing coach Jupp Heynckes hinted at Lewandowski's possible transfer. The newly crowned German champions have already signed 20-year-old Goetze from Dortmund for next season for %37million.
Dortmund defender Mats Hummels (pictured) insists the club can maintain their place among Europe's elite even with the loss of some star players.
Hummels said Dortmund would remain true to their values and would be able to recover from the 2-1 defeat and the departures.
"Of course it is going to be hard if we have two of our best players going but others can come in and take their place," said Hummels. "We don't buy stars, we don't buy big players, we make them into stars and that's the way I really like it.
"It's going to be really hard but we know we will get some new players and I am really looking forward to that."
Dortmund succumbed to Arjen Robben's 89th-minute goal after a pulsating final and Hummels admitted they paid the price for focusing on the likelihood of extra-time.
"We started thinking about extra-time," he added. "I don't know how we let Bayern play so many long balls, and from one of them they managed to score the second goal."