Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer

At the end of the contract in June 2023, Polish striker Robert Lewandowski (33) wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer, during the summer transfer window.

It is a summer that promises to be very restless. Most of the major clubs in Europe are engaged in major transfers. And the more moves there are at the top of the pyramid, the more the clubs below can take advantage of them to invest in the market as well. Bayern Munich will be affected during the summer transfer window.

The German club, knocked out by Villarreal in the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday evening, has already started negotiations to bring in several players. But the Bavarians will also have to fight not to lose a few cadres. This is the case of Robert Lewandowski (33 years old). The Polish striker is no longer hiding it, looking to leave Germany this summer, disappointed at what he sees as a lack of attention on the part of the leaders.

At the end of the contract in June 2023, Robert Lewandowski never saw the Bavarian management open open discussions to try to extend his contract. A misunderstanding for the striker who has scored 47 goals this season. In Bavaria, Bayern are said to be playing time as the leaders would not be against taking advantage of Lewandowski for another season, with his current contract, before releasing him.

A meeting scheduled for early May

A situation that has been challenging the former Dortmund player for several weeks. Because at the same time, other clubs have shown concrete interest. This is the case with FC Barcelona. The Catalans have made the Pole their priority of attack. Xavi, the club’s coach, has already had a chance to express his wishes to Lewandowski, as Joan Laporta, the chairman, has hosted Pini Zahavi, the agent, several times in Barcelona. Hoping to find a solution at an affordable price.

One unknown, and not a small one, remains: how could Bayern Munich respond to their player’s wishes when Oliver Kahn, the Bavarian president, said on Amazon Prime on Tuesday: “I have reiterated many times that we had a contract that runs until 2023. with Robert Lewandowski. We are not crazy and we are not talking about the transfer of a player who scores more than 40 goals a season.”

Except that Robert Lewandowski has not yet expressed his wish to leave as he is waiting for a sign from his leaders, who have always been silent on the subject during the various meetings in recent weeks. A meeting between the various parties should eventually take place in early May to reach a solution. But Bayern Munich are not immune to a turbulent end to the season and the summer.

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