On the sidelines of Bayern Munich’s exit against Villarreal on Tuesday in the Champions League quarter-finals, Oliver Kahn gave an update on Robert Lewandowski’s future. And the Bavarian leader has been determined to face rumors of the departure of the Polish striker, whose name has been linked with FC Barcelona in early spring.
A very clear focus. Bayern Munich have no intention of splitting with Robert Lewandowski this summer. Oliver Kahn gave this message on the sidelines of his elimination against Villarreal on Tuesday in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The chairman of the Bayern Management Board took stock of the Polish striker’s position under contract until 2023, passing the Prime Video set set on the edge of the Allianz Arena arena. By sending a short tackle to the press.
“Apparently it’s a contest to see who will bring up the most absurd story about Robert Lewandowski,” Kahn said in comments reported by Bild. Before Evolving: “We have a contract with Lewandowski that lasts another season. He knows what he has in common with us. And we know what he stands for. Now wait and see. We We’re not mad, we’re not mad. We’re not discussing the transfer of a player who scores 30-40 goals every season. I don’t think that can happen.”
“Discussion for detail begins”
The exit follows rumors of a mutual interest between Lewandowski and FC Barcelona. The information was broadcast by Polish media TVP and denied by Bild. Nevertheless, the 33-year-old striker, having scored 47 goals in 41 games this season (in all competitions), still hasn’t moved on with the German champions.
“We said we would start discussions on this and we started them long ago. As soon as there is something to report, we will do so,” concluded Oliver Kahn.