Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern – chief


Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has knowledgeable the membership that he desires to depart and never lengthen his contract, Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic mentioned on Saturday.

Talking forward of Bayern’s remaining recreation of the Bundesliga season at VfL Wolfsburg, Salihamidzic confirmed widespread stories that the Bundesliga’s second-highest all-time scorer desires to depart regardless of having a contract till 2023.

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“I spoke with Lewa. In that dialogue he knowledgeable me that he doesn’t need to settle for our supply to increase the contract and that he want to go away the membership,” Salihamidzic instructed Sky Germany.

“He mentioned he desires to do one thing else. However our place has not modified. The very fact is he has a contract to June 30, 2023.”

The 33-year-old joined in 2014 from Borussia Dortmund on a free switch and has gained the Bundesliga title yearly since then, in addition to the Champions League.

Barcelona have been strongly linked as one vacation spot for Lewandowski and speaking earlier on Saturday, Barca coach Xavi Hernandez didn’t dismiss their probabilities of touchdown the striker.

“I signed Dani Alves at 38,” Xavi mentioned when requested about his angle in the direction of extra skilled signings. “It is not about age, it is about efficiency. Gamers take care of themselves a lot and yearly they’re extra skilled.

“[Zlatan] Ibrahimovic, [Luka Modric], Alves… They’ve all carried out very properly at necessary golf equipment. Cristiano [Ronaldo] and [Lionel] Messi too. Age is not a precedence. In the event that they enhance us, that is what’s necessary.”

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