The Bundesliga could lose its two biggest stars in a summer

Saturday marks the end of the 2021-2022 season at the German front line, with Lewandowski becoming the top scorer in the Bundesliga for the seventh time. At the same time, most likely for the last time, predicts the well-known German trade magazine, Kicker.

The reason for this, of course, is not that the Polish striker will stop scoring, but that he will continue to cultivate this noble craft in another country from the summer. According to German sources, Lewandowski rejected Bayern Munich’s offer to extend the contract.

His current deal with the club runs until the summer of 2023, but if the Bavarian band still wants to see money for it, he would have to sell it now.

According to Kicker, there is a good chance of this, but two conditions must be met for the switch. One is for Bayern to find the right successor, and the other is for a suitable offer to come in, and it is said that forty million euros would already count on it.

Lewandowski celebrated star in Germany. Photo by Filip Singer

Bayern announced last week that it had extended its contract with its legendary player Thomas Müller until 2024. It was also a signal to Lewandowski that he could not hope for a longer-term contract either, the Munich club with its players over thirty is cautiously committed to a longer term, and the Polish will be 34 years old in August. In addition to the material ones, it is the length of the contract that Lewandowski is most dissatisfied with.

Lewandowski has recently been reported to Barcelona, ​​to which Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn has responded with growing inability to look forward to the striker’s future. At the same time, it is certain that it could attract the attention of other teams if one of the best goal scorers of recent years becomes available.


Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.

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