Robert Lewandowski would not see a possible commitment from Erling Haaland at Bayern Munich as an insult.
“The question doesn’t arise for me. I know my worth and I always think the better one should play,” Lewandowski told the magazine FC stylea supplement of the news magazine Focus.
Most recently, FC Bayern was traded as one of the potential prospects for BVB striker Erling Haaland. However, a change to the German record champions in the summer is not the most likely option. In addition to the people of Munich, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester City are said to be interested in Haaland.
Lewandowski’s contract with Bayern runs until 2023, and talks about an extension have recently stalled. In any case, the 33-year-old himself believes that he can maintain his current top level in the future.
“It’s going better for me every year than the year before,” said Lewandowski. “If I’m perhaps at my peak at 33, then it can go on for a few more years. The change in diet and the training program that I started with my wife are now bearing fruit. The patience has paid off and we’re getting now the reward for it. Hopefully for quite a while.”