Lewandowski himself confirms his departure from Bayern

PSG Mercato: Targeted by Paris SG and Barça, Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich at the end of this season. The player confirmed this himself.

PSG Mercato: Lewandowski will not extend his contract with Bayern

Landed in July 2014 from Borussia Dortmund, Robert Lewandowski said it was highly likely that he played his last match for Bayern Munich this afternoon. Under contract until June 30, 2023, the Polish international wants to offer himself a new challenge after eight seasons spent in the Bavarian jersey. For this, he openly announced that he will not extend his lease.

“It is quite possible that this will be my last game with Bayern. I can’t say 100%, but it’s possible. We want to find the best solution for me and for the club.”said the top scorer in the Bundesliga in comments relayed by Sport 1. “I can confirm that I have spoken with Hasan Salihamidžić and informed him that my decision has been made and that I will not be extending my contract with FC Bayern. Both parties need to think about the future. We have to find the best solution for both parties”added Lewandowski.

Good news for Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona who would be the two favorites to snatch the signing of Kingsley Coman’s teammate. Even if on the side of the Bavarian management, the departure of the 33-year-old gunner does not yet seem to be on the agenda.

PSG Mercato: Towards a showdown between Bayern and Lewandowski?

Are we heading for a showdown between Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich? Indeed, if the player speaks of “last match with Bayern Munich”, the German club wanted to remind him that he is still under contract for one season. After Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director, who very clearly explained that: “our position has not changed, Lewa has a contract until 2023. It’s a fact”, Julian Nagelsmann drove the point home by admitting that “it would be a loss (if Lewandowski left), but he has a contract until 2023.”

But the Munich club coach does not expect to recruit a new number 9 this summer since Lewandowski will still be there for a season. “The fact that he does not extend his contract encourages us to look for a new striker at some point next season, who can replace Lewy the season after,” said the German technician in remarks reported by TZ. The summer promises to be hot between the two parties since the Polish striker is sticking to his position which is to change the air this summer.

Relaunched on the fact that his management could refuse any negotiation for his transfer, he confided: “Of course, I still have a year of contract. But I said we have to find the best solution for both parties. We will have to wait and see what happens. “Paris SG and Barça therefore remain in ambush by continuing to push their pawns near the player.

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