Robert Lewandowski's agent break silence on star's future

Aubrey Yates
May 31, 2018

According to his agent, Poland global Robert Lewandowski has explained to Bayern Munich officials why he wants to leave the Bundesliga giants in this transfer window. His consistent form in front of goal has seen him touted with a move ever since, though Zahavi's comments are the first real indication that Lewandowski could be interested in leaving.

"Robert feels as if he needs a change and a new challenge in his career", he told Bild. Bayern officials know it.

Lewandowski's current contract with Bundesliga champions runs until 2021.

He was the Bundesliga's top scorer in the just-completed season with 29 goals, the third time he has won the trophy after success in 2015/16, also with Bayern, and 2013/14 while at ex-club Borussia Dortmund.

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"Everyone in the Bayern club leadership has their own great career to look back on".

Zahavi said: "Robert's motives are not money or a specific club as nearly all the top clubs would like to have the best striker in the world in their ranks".

Chelsea will be closely monitoring Lewandowski's situation at the Allianz Arena, with the club understood to be keen on recruiting a top-class striker following Alvaro Morata's shortcomings last term.

Bayern's chairman, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, recently ruled out a transfer. "We have a very good one". I am very happy that we still have such a long-term contract. "Nobody need worry, he will also play football here in Munich next year", Rummenigge said. "Bayern Munich's directors have already been informed".

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