Robert Lewandowski ready to part ways with German Champions

Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski has again stated his desire to leave Bayern Munich this summer, wanting to get away in order to experience more emotions in his life. Robert Lewandowski plants a flag. Although there is still one season left on his Bayern Munich contract, the Polish attacker does not want to play for a top-flight club in Germany any longer. Robert Lewandowski has made it known that Robert Lewandowski intends to leave German champions Bayern Munich this summer, with the Polish forward calling for the club’s owners to allow him to walk. Bayern Munich is reported to be eager to retain Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski until the end of his current contract. However, it appears that no plans are being made to keep him past this year, and Lewandowski has now spoken with Polish publication Onet Sport regarding his wishes.

At the end of his contract for a one-year deal with the German champions, Lewandowski has already made his intentions clear to his managers, who wanted him to stay, that he would reject the manager’s offer to extend. Robert Lewandowski has reportedly agreed to terms on a three-year deal with Barcelona. However, well-documented financial problems with Barcelona mean that Bayern cannot afford to meet Lewandowski’s demands. Early reports have suggested that Polish striker Robert Lewandowski has his heart set on Barcelona, with La Liga powerhouses Barcelona convinced that they can lure the Poland goalscoring machine, despite Bayern Munich’s faltering finances.

Bayern Munich may well strengthen their attacking ranks by signing Sadio Mane from Liverpool, who has been widely speculated to leave Anfield this summer. Bayern Munich may shift their Bayern Munich target back to Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku should they fail in their attempts to sign Liverpool star Sadio Mane. Bayern is looking to sign Sadio Mane in his place. However, Liverpool has set the forward an equally high asking price. Liverpool star Sadio Mane has a year remaining on his Liverpool contract, opening the door for a potential move away from Anfield.

Bayern Munich’s German title-winning boss is said to have approached Napoli’s principals in the summer asking for Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen’s availability. Bayern honorary chairman Uli Hoeness has advocated urging Bayern star forward Robert Lewandowski to complete his contract, which runs to June 30, 2023, should there be no replacement for the Bundesliga’s all-time leading goalscorer. If you are at Bayern Munich, the Bundesliga club, for this long, always prepared, available, even with injuries and the pain that gives your best, Polish footballers believe that a better solution will be found on both sides.