Despite the latest reports about possible emigration thoughts, Robert Lewandowski will play for FC Bayern in the 2021/22 season. According to information from SPOX and Goal never let the striker go.
Had on Thursday Sky Sports in England reports that the soon-to-be 33-year-old Lewandowski is looking for a new challenge at a top European club. That’s why he wanted to change clubs before his 35th birthday.
According to the report, he felt with those responsible whether a change would be possible. The Bavarians would allegedly be ready to talk from an amount of 130 million euros.
According to information from SPOX and Goal, the record champions categorically rejects a sale this summer, Lewandowski has also accepted this. “His contract runs for another two years, during which time he will definitely play for FC Bayern,” said Herbert Hainer three weeks ago in a question and answer session with Chinese media, in which SPOX and Goal also took part. The Bayern president actually ruled out a sale next summer.
Lewandowski has repeatedly been involved in transfer speculations in recent years. Most recently, Chelsea in particular had an eye on the Pole, but signed Romelu Lukaku as the desired center forward.
Robert Lewandowski: Longer collaboration with FC Bayern?
Since Lewandowski’s contract expires in 2023, FC Bayern would have the last opportunity to generate a transfer fee for the striker next summer. The Munich could also imagine a longer collaboration.
“I said some time ago that I can very well imagine having him in the squad as well,” said Hainer.
Lewandowski joined FC Bayern in 2014 on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund. In a total of 331 competitive games for the club, he scored 297 goals.