Bayern Munich: Robert Lewandowski drops a real bomb on his future


While the Bavarian management announced that he would honor his contract until its end in June 2023, the Polish striker confirmed to the German media that he wanted to leave Bayern Munich this summer.

Author of the second goal of his team in the draw conceded on the lawn of Wolfsburg (2-2), Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski scored his 35th goal in the league this Saturday (his 50th TCC) but could not offer the three points to his family to end this season already completed by the FCB less than a month ago. Largely dominating the scoring charts in the Bundesliga since the start of the season, the Pole celebrated his individual award in front of the audience at the Wolfsburg Arena.

But as the exercise comes to an end, another soap opera was revived at the end of this 34th day: that concerning the future of Lewandowski at Bayern Munich. The German and Spanish press have been talking for several weeks about a refusal by the 33-year-old striker to extend with the Bavarian club, favoring a departure for FC Barcelona this summer. And while the Munich management kept repeating that he was going to honor his lease for an additional year until 2023, the main interested party came out of silence this Saturday afternoon.

RL9 wants to leave Munich!

Asked a few moments after the draw in Lower Saxony, the international with 129 caps (75 goals) confirmed the uncertainty around his future, adding that this 374th meeting (for 344 achievements) could be his last in the shirt. Bavarian, in remarks relayed by Viaplay Sport Polska.“It is very possible that this will be my last game with Bayern. I can’t say 100%, but it could be [mon dernier match]. We want to find the best solution for me and for the club.”

Then questioned at the microphone of Sky Sport Germanythe 33-year-old forward confirmed his talks with the Bavarian sporting director to discuss his departure: “I can confirm that I have spoken with Hasan (Salihamidžić) and informed him that my decision has been made and that I will not be extending my contract with FC Bayern. Both parties need to think about the future. We have to find the best solution for both parties.” Enough to arouse the interest of Catalan leaders to complete his signature this summer, or to push the Bavarian board to present a better offer to his jewel. Case to follow.

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