Bayern striker Lewandowski

My time at Bayern Munich is over – Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski said Monday that his time with Bayern Munich was finished, without determining his tentative arrangements, in the midst of reports that Barcelona have made him a proposition.

“Today it is sure that my story with Bayern has reached a conclusion,” the Polish star striker told correspondents in Warsaw.

“I can’t envision further collaboration, after what has occurred over the last few months,” he added.

“A transfer will be the best answer. I believe that Bayern won’t stop me, just because they can.”

With a year left on Lewandowski’s agreement, Barcelona have supposedly made a proposal of 32 million euros ($34.5 million) to sign him.

Robert Lewandowski
Robert Lewandowski

In a meeting with Polish broadcaster Eleven Sports PL, Lewandowski, who turns 34 in August, dropped a mystery about how he would appreciate living in Spain.

“I believe it’s a great place — not simply to go on vacation there,” he said, adding that he has a house in Mallorca. Checkout: 5 tips to Be More Successful With Sports Betting

Bayern CEO Oliver Khan and overseer of sports Hasan Salihamidzic have both publically expressed the club won’t allow Lewandowski to leave before 2023.

Kahn said Monday that he is disheartened that the star striker has opened up to the world.

“Why Robert decided to follow this way, I can’t tell you,” Kahn told Sport1.

“Such proclamations openly don’t get anyone anywhere.

“Robert was voted world footballer (FIFA best male player) here two times in succession – I figure he ought to know what he has at FC Bayern.”

Recently, Lewandowski’s representative Pini Zahavi cautioned Bayern against demanding him satisfying his agreement.

“Obviously they can keep Robert for one more year, to be fair he has an agreement until 2023, however I wouldn’t prescribe that to them,” Zahavi told German daily Bild.

He added that the issue for Lewandowski isn’t about additional cash.

“He has felt affronted by those in control (at Bayern) for a really long time, that is reality.

“FC Bayern has not lost Lewandowski the player, but rather Robert the person”

Zahavi said he trusts Bayern’s senior figures “will consider it in the future” and permit Lewandowski the open door “to satisfy a long lasting dream and move to the club (Barcelona) he has consistently dreamed for.”

Bayern striker Lewandowski
My time at Bayern Munich is over

Lewandowski has brought home each championship accessible since joining Bayern in 2014, including eight Bundesliga prizes for a sum of 10 having won two with ex-club Dortmund.

He likewise won the Champions League with Bayern in 2020.

Lewandowski was top-scorer in the Bundesliga last season for the fifth year running after netting 35 goals in Germany’s top flight.

On Monday, Bayern likewise affirmed the exit of France midfielder Corentin Tolisso whose agreement has terminated following five years in Munich.

 

 

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