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“It is very possible that this was my last game in the colors of Bayern Munich,” says Robert Lewandowski

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The Polish Robert Lewandowski, who was proclaimed the top scorer in the Bundesliga for the seventh time in his career, wants to leave Bayern Munich, as announced by the player himself and also by the Bavarian entity’s sports director.

“I will not sign a new contract. We have to find the best solution for both parties. I told the club that if an offer comes, then we will have to think about it. Also the best for the club,” Lewandowski said at the end of the match against Wolfsburg.

“It is very possible that this was my last game in the colors of Bayern. I can’t say 100%, but it’s possible. We want to find the best solution for myself and for the club”, added the Polish striker.

Lewandowski’s words reaffirmed the previous announcement by the German champion’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic.

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“I spoke with Lewa. In the conversation he told me that he did not want to accept our offer to extend the contract and that he would like to leave the club,” the manager told the German Sky channel, in which he said that the attacker has signed until 2023 and that Bayern intends to continue relying on your services.

Lewandoski closed the league campaign this Saturday with his thirty-fifth goal of the course and picked up the award as top scorer. It is the seventh time that he has achieved it, making him equal with the legendary Gerd Müller, the fifth in a row.

The Polish player addressed the public. To the area of ​​the Volkswagen Arena where the fans of the Bavarian club were located and he applauded them to reciprocate the ovation and encouragement they have shown him throughout his years at Bayern.

There was a feeling of farewell in the top scorer in the Bundesliga whose future may be outside Bayern from next season, where he has played for eight seasons.

After the match, Lewandowski posed with his teammates in the locker room, with the top scorer trophy in hand. In social networks, he thanked his teammates and coach for the season he had accomplished.

The Polish footballer preceded the Czech Patrik Schick (24, Bayer Leverkusen), the Norwegian Erling Haaland (22, Borussia Dortmund) and the French Christopher Nkunku (20, RB Leipzig) and Anthony Modeste (20, Cologne). (D)

Source: Eluniverso

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