Lewandowski scored 22 goals and added eight assists in the league as Dortmund retained its title.
He didn't do himself much harm during Euro 2012 either, scoring one of his team's two goals in the tournament and proving a nuisance for many of his opponents throughout. Had he received some consistently good service or more help up top, Poland could have made it to the knockout rounds.
It's easy to see why so many are interested in the forward that Borussia Dortmund hope to keep in its side. Lewandowski's agent seems keen to keep interest in his client and has stated that any interested clubs need to make good offers.
Here's the latest transfer news concerning Manchester United's, and others', interest in Robert Lewandowski.