“The truth is that I have a contract with Bayern and I am very good at this club”. It is with these words that Robert Lewandowski (32) recently cooled all the rumors about his future. The Polish striker, who is linked with the Rekordmeister until June 2023, has been one of the best number nine in the world of football for long seasons and logically, his name is often cited on the side of the biggest European teams, whether in Real Madrid or even Paris Saint-Germain.
The team also reveals this Saturday evening that the man coming to equal the record (of Gerd Müller) of goals in a Bundesliga season (40 goals, in the space of 28 games only) with Bayern has never seemed also close to leaving Bavaria and is therefore considering a change of scenery after having played for the last 11 years in Germany (he wore the colors of Borussia Dortmund from 2010 to 2014).
Mbappé sold, Lewandowski recruited?
The sports daily assures it: Robert Lewandowski is not at all against a new adventure, on the contrary, and that at his age, it is the moment or never to benefit from his outstanding scoring talents within from another cador from the Old Continent. The team adds that the change of coach this summer (Julian Nagelsmann will replace Hansi Flick) as well as the retirement of the Chairman of the Board of Directors Karl-Heinz Rummenigge at the end of the year to make way for Oliver Kahn could be elements tipping the scales towards a departure from Bayern in the mind of the Pole. But the road is not all mapped out and the operation is anything but complete.
According to The team, the possible arrival of the Polish international (118 caps, 66 goals) within the club of the capital is above all conditioned on the future of Kylian Mbappé (22 years old, under contract until 2022). If negotiations over the contract extension of Ligue 1’s top scorer fail, PSG could resign themselves to selling their number 7. This would leave room for Robert Lewandowski. In this case, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and Leonardo will also have to do with the will of the leaders of Bayern Munich, who have already made it known that the Polish goal machine was not for sale. “Of course he’s going to stay. Who would sell a player who scores 60 goals a year? “, even recently confided Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. The equation is posed, now remains to be solved.