The future of Robert Lewandowski is still unclear. The Pole is bound by a contract with Bayern Munich until June 2023. Although the German champions declare that their priority will be to extend the player’s contract, there are no specific details. In addition, there are reports of interest in the Pole from other clubs.
Cezary Kucharski comments on the rumors about Lewandowski’s departure. “Will stay”
The latest ones concern PSG, which would like Lewandowski to replace Kylian Mbappe. The authorities of the Qatar club were to contact him on this matter during the November Golden Ball gala. The Pole would receive a two-year contract in the amount of EUR 35 million per season (the same as Messi). The 33-year-old would therefore earn about 15 million more than he currently does in Bayern.
Such a move would be quite a sensation, because the Pole has been playing for Bayern for eight years and is breaking new records. The latest rumors were briefly and eloquently commented by former agent of the attacker Cezary Kucharski. “He’s going to stay in Bayern,” he wrote on Twitter. His comment can be considered a signpost regarding the future decisions of the footballer, because they both have worked together for 10 years and know each other well. After all, Kucharski was responsible for Lewandowski’s transfers, first to Borussia Dortmund, and then to Bayern Munich.
The journalist Gianluca Di Marzio spoke in a similar vein about the future of Robert Lewandowski. – The players do not want to leave Bayern Munich because they have everything there. It is similar with Robert Lewandowski, it is difficult for him to find a new challenge in his career. But Manchester City and Chelsea are interested in him. Bayern has to look for a new Lewandowski because he will not play forever – he said.
Robert Lewandowski and his Bayern Munich will return to the game this weekend. On Friday, the Bavarians decimated by the coronavirus will face Borussia Moenchengladbach. The 33-year-old is the leader of the Bundesliga scorer classification with 19 goals in 17 games.