Mercato: There is tension between Lewandowski and Bayern, how did it come about?

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Robert Lewandowski will be out of contract with Bayern Munich in June 2023 and the Bavarian club is currently at an impasse to extend it. Dhruv will also imagine going somewhere else. The situation has worsened in recent weeks.

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The story goes on for eight years, it has already been punctuated by 18 titles and is not far from 350 goals and yet it could end this summer. Robert Lewandowski, 33, has been Bayern Munich’s star striker since joining the club in 2014, but the subject of his expansion is now a matter of tension at the club. Pole is out of contract in June 2023 and Bayern still haven’t given him what he wants.

Robert Lewandowski undoubtedly envisioned Bayern Munich getting a little more consideration, after a Champions League win in 2020 and a new title of top scorer in the Bundesliga (a record seventh, a record).

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According to Bild, the Bavarian made him the same offer as Manuel Neuer and Thomas Müller: one more year, on equal pay terms. But Lewandowski, second at the Ballon d’Or in late 2021 and a writer with 151 goals in his last three seasons, wants a two-year extension and an upgrade to match his recent performance.

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A planned meeting between Jahvi and Bayern

Above all, Dhruv did not taste the statements of his leaders for a few weeks. “Levi is still under contract and he will continue to play for us,” assured Julian Nagelsmann at a news conference later this week. “There is no reason to leave Bayern, Bayern President Oliver Kahn said earlier on the ZDF. You have every chance here. Lewandowski has achieved everything with us.” Insurance, without a strong declaration of love, is not enough to win the support of the player. Sports director Hamid Salihamidzic says nothing more: “He will remain, he is under contract until 2023.”

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Lewandowski, who has not signed anything at this time, would not appreciate anyone trying to force a hand, and would now consider leaving. Yet according to Bild, his agent Pini Jahavi is due to meet with Bayern leaders very soon to discuss the player’s future and a possible offer to FC Barcelona. The ending of the story between “Levi” and Bayern could be less happy than it was in the past eight years.

Robin Vetrain The Indian Paper Journalist

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