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Bayern Munich are preparing to celebrate their 10th consecutive German Football League title among their fans from the balcony of the town hall late on Sunday, amid growing doubts about the fate of Polish international striker Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern and Lewandowski confirmed yesterday, Saturday, on the sidelines of the last day of the Bundesliga, that the Polish striker would not renew his contract until after 2023.
But while Bayern confirmed the player is not for sale this summer, Lewandowski insisted this matter should be taken into account if he receives a suitable offer, amid accusations about Barcelona’s interest in including the player.
Bayern striker Thomas Muller expressed hope that the 33-year-old Lewandowski will stay for another year.
“Let’s see what happens. He is linked to a contract until 2023. This means that Bayern have the last word. Of course, we want him to stay, but we certainly know how the business is,” Muller told Sky TV on Sunday. going.”
Muller confirmed that Lewandowski would continue bidding if he stayed for another season.
“Levy is a unique professional, when you are on the pitch as a player and especially as a striker, you want to play your part,” Muller said.
Lewandowski has been at Bayern since 2014, when he joined the Borussia Dortmund squad, and won every possible title with the Bavarian club, including the league and cup treble and the Champions League in 2020.
Lewandowski won ten Bundesliga titles with Dortmund and Bayern.
Lewandowski broke legend Gerd Muller’s record by scoring 41 goals during the German League last season, 375 goals.
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