The story of my Bayern Munich days is over – Lewandowski hints at a summer transfer

The story of my Bayern Munich days is over - Lewandowski hints at a summer transfer
The story of my Bayern Munich days is over – Lewandowski hints at a summer transfer

The story of my Bayern Munich days is over – Lewandowski hints at a summer transfer

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, who has declared that his “story” with the club has ended, hopes that the club will let him leave this summer.

Lewandowski announced at the end of the Bundesliga season that he wants to leave the club amid reports that Barcelona is trying to sign him.

Despite the fact that Herbert Hainer, the president of Bayern, has insisted that he would not be able to leave before the end of his contract in summer 2023, he has asked them kindly to grant him his wish.

Has Lewandowski said anything about Bayern Munich?

At a press conference, the 34-year-old stated that his time at Bayern is over. Following all the events that took place in recent months, I cannot see the possibility of further good collaborations.

Taking my time to consider a transfer to another club is the best solution for all parties involved. Bayern is a serious club and I hope they won’t just keep me for the sake of it.

What was Bayern Munich’s response?

In reply to Oliver Khan, CEO of the company, he said, “I was not able to tell you why Robert chose this path.”. Oliver Khan added that such public statements are of no value to anyone involved.

Robert has won the title of the best player of the year twice in a row, so he should know just how much Bayern means to him. Thanks to Robert, Bayern appreciates him for that.”

Where’s Lewandowski going?

The Barcelona superstar scored 50 goals in 46 games in all competitions last season, making him one of the top players in the world.

It has been confirmed that Barca’s coach Xavi has held negotiations with the 33-year-old’s agent, although he has emphasized that it will be difficult for a transfer to be completed.

As La Liga president Javier Tebas recently asserted that they cannot afford to sign him, the club’s financial struggles may prove to be the biggest stumbling block in the process.

It is not just the Catalan club that is keeping tabs on the situation, as GOAL reported that Chelsea are also monitoring the situation and could make an offer.

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