Bayern Munich have reportedly started negotiation talks with star striker Robert Lewandowski in an attempt to secure him for further more seasons amid links to European heavyweights.
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However, the German champions are reluctant to let the 27-year-old forward depart, with Lewandowski’s agent Cezary Kucharski claiming that his employer is currently in negotiations in regards to his extension at Allianz Arena.
“Yes, we have started talking [about a new contract]. I can confirm this,” Kucharski told Polsat Sport.
“Today Lewandowski is in a team that suits him and there is no need to change anything.”
Lewandowski made the headlines while playing with Borussia Dortmund in the 2011-2012 season, scoring 30 goals to help the club to their second consecutive Bundesliga title.
But in 2014, the Pole moved to the Bavarians on a free transfer, and has continued his great run of form with 27 goals in just 29 appearances this season.