Lewandowski hints at His Departure from Bayern Munich

Lewandowski hints at his departure from Bayern Munich, with a vague statement. Apparently, the Polish player’s career at the Allianz Arena is coming to an end.

The 32-year-old Polish international forward, Robert Lewandowski, has a contract with the Bavarian giants until 2023.

Lewandowski’s name has been linked to many European top clubs, most notably Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.

Lewandowski previously joined Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2014.

The player participated in 40 matches during the last season. He scored 48 goals and provided 9 assists.

Consequently, Lewandowski won the German League title last season with Bayern Munich.

However, The Bavarians failed to keep the Champions League title, after Paris Saint-Germain eliminated them from the quarter-finals.

It is noteworthy that Robert Lewandowski missed the Champions League quarter-final match due to his injury.

With a vague statement, Lewandowski hints at his departure from Bayern

Bayern Munich’s forward Lewandowski has revealed his desire to leave and move to another club.

Nevertheless, Lewandowski indicated that he felt very happy to play for the Reds.

In an interview with Canal+, the Polish told Canal+, “I do not close my door. But, I feel comfortable at Bayern; The city is great, and it’s a great club.”

He added, “I have a passion for learning a new language and a new culture, but will this happen while I am still a player or after I retire? I do not know”.

About the Paris Saint-Germain match, he said, “It hurt a lot. You feel helpless. You feel weak and unable to help your teammates win the match.”

“This bothers me,” he continued. “I think if I had been on the field things would have changed. It was hard to accept the loss. We would have beaten them easily.”

He concluded, “I want to learn a new language. But I don’t know if that will happen during my career or after I retire.”

In a related context, Real Madrid has officially announced the signing of David Alaba, the former Bayern Munich defender, for the next 5 seasons.


See also: Real Madrid sign Alaba on a free transfer

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