Lewandowski scored in the match against Wolfsburg. This goal was the striker’s 50th of the season. Pole says it may have been his last game for Bayern
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Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski scored his 50th goal of the season in the final round of the Bundesliga. Despite the successful performance, the football player said that he would most likely leave the team this summer.
The Pole scored in the 40th minute of the match against Wolfsburg. The meeting ended in a draw – 2:2. Bayern became the champion of Germany ahead of schedule. The goal against Cohen Castells was the 50th for the 33-year-old Lewandowski in 46 games for the club in all competitions (he scored 35 goals in the German championship).
Despite this, Lewandowski stated: “I don’t know 100%, but it’s quite possible that the game with Wolfsburg could be my last in the Bayern jersey. “Much will become clear in the near future. It seems to me that both parties want a decision about my future to be made as soon as possible, ” said he, recalling that his contract with the Bavarian team is valid for another year.
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Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has revealed that Lewandowski has turned down a contract extension. “We had a meeting with Lewandowski. In a conversation, he said that he would not accept our offer to extend the contract and intends to leave the club. Causes? He wants to try something new leads words by Salihamidzic Sky Sport.
Lewandowski has been with Bayern since 2014. He is a ten-time German champion (twice with Borussia Dortmund and eight times with Bayern), winner of the Champions League in the 2019/20 season. In addition, he won the German Cup (once with Borussia and four times with Bayern) and the German Super Cup (once with Borussia and five times with Bayern), as well as the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup. As part of the Polish national team, he has 129 matches and 75 goals.