‘Something has died…’, Lewandowski issues big statement on leaving Munich
Bayern Munich star forward Robert Lewandowski is keen to leave the German giants this summer, claiming something inside him has ‘died’, according to Talkport.com.
The Poland international stunned the world recently with the announcement of his intention to leave the German giants with FC Barcelona as the world’s first choice. However, Bayern has been a bit firm on their request to leave while preparing a replacement for the 33-year-old with Liverpool forward Sadio Mane.
Lewandowski scored 344 goals in 375 appearances for Bayern during his eight years at the club. Notably, he scored 50 runs this season in only 46 matches for the German club.
What did Lewandowski say when he left Bayern Munich?
Lewandowski: “I just want to leave Bayern. Loyalty and respect are more important than work. The best way is to find solutions together”, tells @OnetSport. #fcbayern
“Something in me is dead, I want to leave Bayern for more feelings in my life”. pic.twitter.com/qXpNd7J9E1
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 6, 2022
“Loyalty and respect are more important than work. The best thing to do is to find solutions together.”
“They didn’t want to listen to me till the end. Something died inside me and it’s impossible to get over it. Even if you want to be professional, you can’t make up for it. No other offer was even considered Aside from me Barcelona. I want to leave Bayern, it’s clear.”
“During all these years at the club I was always ready, available, in spite of injuries and pain, I gave my best. I think the best thing is to find a good solution for both sides and not just one Exploring – ex-parte decision.”
“I’m not looking for a one-sided solution that doesn’t make sense, after so long, after such a successful era and with my willingness and support.”
Lewandowski’s contract expires in 2023, but the striker now wants to leave the club as soon as possible. However, the club has remained silent about his transfer and it is understandable why Bayern is taking so long to respond to his request to leave Munich.
Lewandowski has won eight Bundesliga titles, including 3 DFP Pokal Cups, 3 UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup trophy during his time at Bayern Munich.