The future of Robert Lewandowski has become a major talking point in recent weeks with latest reports suggesting that he could be on his way out of Bayern Munich.
Per Mundo Deportivo, Lewandowski has been offered to Paris Saint-Germain, whose interest back in 2021 kicked off the current uncertainty surrounding the Pole’s future.
Lewandowski is contracted till 2023 and his agent Pini Zahavi has informed Bayern that while the striker wants a new long-term deal, he would be prepared to leave in the event that his demands are not met.
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic recently confirmed that Die Rotten are working on a new deal for Lewandowski. Speaking in ‘FC Bayern – Behind the Legend’, the 45-year-old said:
“We want to extend it, but now it’s about the length of the deal because we have the rule that we only give one-year contracts to players over 31. So, in this case, it’s not so easy.”
The 33-year-old is keen on staying at the Allianz Arena but is currently focused on finishing the season strongly as his side seeks to overturn a first-leg deficit in their Champions League tie against Villareal later today.
Lewandowski has been lethal in front of goal this term, netting 46 times in 40 outings across all competitions – just nine strikes short of his personal best of 55.
Barcelona are also looking to lure him to the Camp Nou with Xavi keen on working with the ex-Borussia Dortmund man.
Lewandowski is reportedly seen as a cheaper alternative to Erling Haaland, who is expected to join one of Real Madrid or Manchester City due to the nature of the finances it would take to lure him away from the Signal Iduna Park.