Robert Lewandowski: My Bayern Munich story is over – The Polish striker wants to say goodbye to his club after 8 years with cups and championships.
Robert Lewandowski stated that his time at Bayern Munich has expired and that the transfer is the only solution for both sides.
There has been talk for a long time that the 33-year-old striker, whose contract with Bayern Munich will expire in the summer of 2023, will bid farewell to the team.
While it was claimed that Lewandowski would be transferred to Barcelona, the Polish striker said, “I hope they don’t keep me in the team.”
What did Robert Lewandowski say?
Speaking at the press conference for the Polish National Team, Robert Lewandowski said he wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer:
“My Bayern Munich story is over. I no longer see the possibility of continuing to play for this club.”
“I don’t want to play there. Transfer is the best solution for both sides. I hope they don’t stop me.”
Will Lewandowski transfer to Barcelona?
Lewandowski, who spent the 2021/22 season with 46 matches, 50 goals and 6 assists, created wonders for Bayern Munich.
However, there has been talk for a long time that the Polish striker will sign for Barcelona.
Although Bayern Munich wants Lewandowski to stay in the team, the 33-year-old player allegedly reached a three-year deal with Barcelona.