• Lewandowski Transfer Saga: Bayern open contract extension talks

    by  • February 9, 2016 • Bayern Munich, Bundesliga, Poland • 0 Comments

    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.

    The Poland international has been strongly linked with a move in recent weeks, with Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain are all said to be interested in his services.

    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.

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