Not a single day goes by without news in the soap opera around the future of Robert Lewandowski. After making it clear again during a talk on the podcast of the Polish outlet Onet Sport that he does not contemplate wearing Bayern Munich’s clothing again, despite having a contract until 2023, the German newspaper Bild leaked a telephone conversation between the crack and Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of the Bavarians, in which the latter again made Bayern’s position clear to Lewy. “He called me today on the phone,” Salihamidzic was quoted as saying, referring to a conversation with the Pole that took place on Monday . “Among other things, we talked about his public statements. I clearly explained our position regarding his contractual situation. Herbert Hainer, Oliver Kahn and I have commented several times about his desire to leave the club, so I would like to leave it that way, ”said the Munich boss. It is not the first time that Bayern has closed the door to Lewandowski who wants to force his departure from the club to head to Barcelona. According to German media, the footballer would even be considering not appearing in Munich at the beginning of July , at which time the German champion’s preseason will begin. Everything points to the pulse between club and player lengthening over time. At the moment, Bayern continues without giving his arm to twist and clings to the player’s contract until 2023.
Lewandowski: “I am not a selfish person”
The Polish striker has spoken again about his future in Bild , where he has stressed his intention to leave the German club. “I respect Bayern and their rules. But change, especially after such a long time, is part of the life of the club and the player. I hope he doesn’t seem selfish. I have a contract, but I tried. Having the opportunity to take on a new challenge at another club for a few more years. That’s my wish”. “I am not a selfish person. I know what I had at Bayern and I appreciate it very much. I also know that I have been doing my best not to disappoint the club and the fans for the last eight years. After this time I feel that it is time for a new stage” , explained Lewandoski while he emphasized his gratitude to the fans. “If I wasn’t honest about my situation, I would feel like I’m not being fair to the fans. I know there are a lot of emotions today, but I hope the fans understand me at some point. I have always tried to do my best for Bayern, to meet the expectations of the team and the fans. I appreciate the Bayern fans, they have always supported me.”