Still no “serious talks” between FC Bayern and Lewandowski

After his hat-trick in the 4-0 win over 1. FC Köln, Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski is back with an impressive 23 goals in 19 games this Bundesliga season. So it’s no wonder that the personal details are much discussed – especially since the 33-year-old’s contract in Munich ends in the summer of 2023. Nevertheless, there should be no rush in Munich.

Hardly anyone would doubt that Robert Lewandowski, despite his advanced footballing age, is still a long way from being old-fashioned. The world footballer has “a body like a 20-year-old”, enthused coach Julian Nagelsmann after the gala in Cologne. His top scorer lives “this profession”.

Despite the words of praise, it is questionable how long Lewandowski can continue to put his performances on the pitch. One thing is clear: FC Bayern will have to deal with a successor to the Polish international in the foreseeable future. A circumstance that should also be a reason for playing in contract poker for time on Säbener Straße.

Kahn campaigns for Lewandowski to remain at Bayern

“Serious talks” between Lewandowski, his advisor Pini Zahavi and the bosses of FC Bayern should at least not have taken place. that reports”sports1“.

The sticking point of possible negotiations, as media reports have repeatedly hinted at in recent months, should be the term of the veteran’s contract. Lewandowski wants to see his strong achievements recognized with a contract lasting several years, FC Bayern should still hesitate. Especially since Lewandowski is already celebrating his 35th birthday at the beginning of the 2023/24 season, i.e. the first season after the end of his current working paper.

However, it is also true that Bayern’s CEO Oliver Kahn recently campaigned clearly to stay. “If Robert performs as well as he does now, then nothing better can happen than having such a player with you for the long term,” said Kahn on “Sky90”. The attacker could “play football for a few more years”.


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