With the contract expires in June 2023, Polish striker Robert Lewandowski (33) wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer during the summer transfer window.
It’s a summer that promises to be very turbulent. Most of the important clubs in Europe are concerned with big transfers. And the more movements at the top of the pyramid, the more clubs at the bottom will be able to take advantage of it to invest in the market. Bayern Munich will be affected during the summer transfer window.
The German club, ousted by Villarreal in the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday evening, have already started talks to bring in several players. But the Bavarians will also have to fight in order not to lose some of the officers. This is the case of Robert Lewandowski (33 years old). The Polish striker no longer hides it, wants to leave Germany this summer, is disappointed that he considers a lack of consideration on the part of its leaders.
At the end of the contract in June 2023, Robert Lewandowski never saw open discussions with Bavarian management to try to extend his contract. Misunderstanding for the striker who scored 47 goals this season. In Bavaria, it is said Bayern is playing for the time being as its leaders will not be averse to taking advantage of Lewandowski, with his current contract, for one more season before freeing him.
A meeting is scheduled for early May
A situation that has challenged the former Dortmund player for several weeks. Because at the same time other clubs have shown solid interest. This is the case of Barcelona. The Catalans have made Dhruv their attacking priority. The club’s coach Xavi has already had the opportunity to express his wish to Lewandowski as Joan Laporta, the president, has repeatedly welcomed agent Pini Xawi to Barcelona. With the hope of finding a solution at an affordable price.
One remains unknown, and not the least. How Bayern Munich might react to their player’s wish when Bavarian President Oliver Kahn said on Amazon Prime on Tuesday: “I’ve said many times that we have a contract that runs until 2023 with Robert Lewandowski. We’re not crazy I am not talking about the transfer of a player who scores more than 40 goals in a season.
Except that Robert Lewandowski has yet to verbalize his desire to leave as he awaits a signal from his leaders, who have always been on the subject during various meetings in recent weeks. There should eventually be a meeting between the various parties in early May to find a solution. But Bayern Munich is not safe from the end of the season and an eventful summer.