According to Diario Sport, Robert Lewandowski ‘doesn’t feel loved’ after Bayern Munich’s latest contract offer and wants to leave Bayern Munich for Barcelona. The Bundesliga could lose another star this season as Bayern Munich’s top scorer, Robert Lewandowski could leave Bayern Munich.
Sport1 reporter Kerry Howe confirmed Bild’s report that Poland’s FC Bayern’s talisman Robert Lewandowski decided not to renew his contract with Bayern a few months ago and wants to leave management this summer. Now Sport is reporting that giants LALIGA Barcelona will offer Robert Lewandowski what he wants – a three-year deal – provided an agreement is struck with the Bavarians. At the moment, Robert Lewandowski has a contract with Bayern Munich until the summer of 2023, so if the club wants money from the transfer fee, they will have to sell Lewandowski this summer before he can leave as a free agent. Robert Lewandowski has been linked with a move from the Bundesliga giants to the La Liga after an incredible eight-year stint at the club in which he scored 343 goals in 374 appearances.
On 1 August, after a summer of transfer speculation, Bundesliga club chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed in an interview that Lewandowski would not be allowed to leave Bayern at any cost, stating that “the highest quality we have at Bayern Munich will be yours to stay here.
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has dismissed rumours of Borussia Dortmund’s signing Erling Haaland, who is reportedly set to replace Robert Lewandowski for €75m at the end of the season. Negotiations between the clubs are still ongoing, but the 30-year-old Polish international told Bayern Munich that new contract talks with Jurgen Klopp have proved difficult and could open the door for a move to Camp Nou. Athletic know a loss to Villarreal will not affect Robert Lewandowski’s decision, while Bayern president Herbert Heiner has pledged to challenge for a more convincing Champions League title next year.
Lewandowski is scheduled to make his Bundesliga final appearance against Wolfsburg on Saturday. While stating that the star striker will start, Nagelsmann also stated that he is unsure about the status of their top scorer at the German club. According to news agency Reuters, contract extension negotiations have just recently begun but have yet to produce any breakthroughs, with Lewandowski allegedly dissatisfied with Bayern’s attitude to the talks.
With 34 goals this season in the Bundesliga, Lewandowski is on course to become the league’s top scorer for the fourth consecutive season and sixth overall. He is also the German top division’s all-time leading scorer. Bayern won their tenth successive league victory thanks to Lewandowski’s goals, although they were ousted early in the German Cup and fell out of the Champions League in the quarter-finals.