Robert Lewandowski: Polish striker wants to leave Bayern Munich

This summer, Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich. The huge announcement was made on Monday by the Polish striker.


Robert Lewandowski is putting pressure on Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski, who joined Bayern Munich on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund in July 2014, has no plans to retire there. The player, who is nearly 34 years old, does not want to extend his contract and wants to leave the club this summer. With many prominent European clubs on his radar, including Barcelona, PSG, Chelsea, and Juventus, the Warsaw native used his advantage in the s to selection to send a new message to the German club’s leaders.


“I don’t want to talk about my situation at the club after that.” My time at Bayern Munich has unquestionably come to an end. In light of recent events, I don’t see a way to continue my career at this club, and a summer transfer is the best option for everyone,” Robert Lewandowski remarked at a press conference before addressing his management. Bayern Munich is a serious club, so I hope they don’t stand in my way because they can,” Lewandowski continued. The media had Barça in front place in the race as his next possible club for some weeks.

Lewandowski welcomes Spain with open arms.

Robert Lewandowski is actively covering up after putting pressure on Bayern Munich on the sidelines of the Monaco Grand Prix a few days ago. Barcelona has made a €32+5 million offer to Bayern to sign the Bundesliga’s top scorer, according to Sky Sports.

The German champion has yet to respond to the Catalan proposal, but words from a potential buyer might speed up the process. “Spain is nice,” Lewandowski says. We have a home in Mallorca, Spain, so I believe the Spanish vibe is present, and I believe it’s a really fantastic area to do more than just relax.”

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