Bayern Munich: Top clubs enquire about Robert Lewandowski

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.(Photo by CHRISTOF STACHE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.(Photo by CHRISTOF STACHE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) /

There are only a few weeks left in the 2020/21 campaign left, so transfer rumours start getting intense as transfers start taking place immediately after the season comes to an end. Bayern Munich has already completed two transfers, but there will be few departures too. However, Robert Lewandowski is not going anywhere as interest from other clubs once again emerges in him.

According to Sky Sports, several big clubs in Europe have made formal enquiries about Lewandowski. This report doesn’t confirm what has been Bayern’s response to these enquiries. It does look certain that he is not going anywhere despite turning 33 next season.

Lewandowski has enjoyed two of his best seasons in the last two years. He has been averaging close to one goal every game. The Polish striker’s absence was severely missed during the Champions League games against Paris Saint-Germain at the start of April.

Die Roten was close to losing Lewandowski in 2018 when he was agitating for a move away from the club. The German club decided to resist offers for him despite his agent publicly insisting that the Polish striker wants a new adventure.

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After having a good season under Niko Kovac, Bayern convinced Lewandowski that his long-term future is in Bavaria. He signed a new deal that will expire in 2023. Both parties were vindicated by this decision as the club went on to win a sextuple. Along with winning these trophies with Die Roten, Lewandowski established himself as the best striker in the world.

Even after enjoying a remarkable last season at the individual front, Lewandowski looked even more impressive this year. He already has 36 goals to his name in the Bundesliga. With three games to go, the Polish striker needs four goals to match Gerd Muller’s record of most goals in a single Bundesliga campaign.

Bayern Munich don’t have to think about Lewandowski’s successor just yet

At some time in the next couple of years, Rekordmeister will have to think about getting a young striker that can succeed Robert Lewandowski. For now, the Polish striker is confident about playing at the top level for four more years. The fitness level of 32-year-old striker over the years does suggest that he can play at the top level for a long time.

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In an ideal scenario, Erling Braut Haaland succeeds Lewandowski at Die Roten. If the Norwegian striker stays at Dortmund for one more season, Bayern will surely be in the mix to sign him next year.  As of now, Lewandowski is the main man for Die Roten. Seeing Robert Lewandowski playing for another club is unlikely to happen anytime soon.