Robert Lewandowski claims his career at Bayern Munich is 'over'

‘My career at Bayern is over… I don’t want to play there any more’: Robert Lewandowski speaks out to force an exit from Munich with ‘NO possibility’ that he stays – and Barcelona leading the chase

  • Robert Lewandowski has spent the last eight seasons at Bayern Munich
  • He has now said that he wants to leave the club, and sees his future elsewhere
  • The forward has been linked with a move to Catalan giants Barcelona 
  • Chelsea are also interested in signing Lewandowski this summer
  • Lewandowski’s former agent has said he has dreamed of playing for Real Madrid 

Robert Lewandowski has claimed that he cannot see himself staying at Bayern Munich next season.

The 33-year-old has been linked with a move away from the German champions this summer after spending the last eight years at the club.

He has now given his clearest indication yet that he will be seeking a transfer ahead of next term.

Robert Lewandowski has made it clear that he wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer

Lewandowski announced his intentions at a press conference while on international duty

Lewandowski has played under Julian Nagelsmann for the past year, but is ready to move on from Bayern ahead of next season

‘My era at Bayern is over,’ Lewandowski told reporters while on international duty with Poland.

‘I don’t see any possibility to continue playing for this club anymore.

‘Bayern’s a serious club and I believe they won’t keep me, I don’t want to play there anymore. A transfer is the best solution. I hope they don’t stop me.’

Should he walk away from Bayern, Lewandowski would do so with a remarkable record, having netted 344 goals in 374 matches for the Bavarian giants.

Lewandowski has won eight Bundesliga titles in eight seasons at Bayern Munich

Lewandowski also won the Champions League with Bayern back in 2020

He has won the Bundesliga in every year that he has been at the club, while he also helped the side to Champions League glory in 2020. 

Lewandowski’s comments are likely to put a number of European clubs on high alert, and they may sense an opportunity to secure his signature.

Barcelona are keen on the striker, and appear to be leading the race to sign him, while Lewandowski’s former agent, Maik Barthel, recently claimed that the Pole has always dreamed of playing for Real Madrid.

The 14-time Champions League winners missed out on Kylian Mbappe earlier this month, after the Frenchman opted to stay at PSG, and it is not out of the question that they could turn their attention to Lewandowski.  

Meanwhile, there is also interest from England, with Chelsea eyeing a move for Lewandowski as fellow striker Romelu Lukaku faces an uncertain future with the Blues. 

Xavi’s Barcelona appear to be leading the race for Lewandowski’s signature, as things stand

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