Bayern Munich Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge have come out to clear the air about Robert Lewandowski move to the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
The Polish International is being linked with a move to the English Premier League this summer with the player looking to continue his career elsewhere.
Robert Lewandowski rumored move to England have seen Bayern Munich Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge coming out to share some news.
The striker is currently linked with a move to Chelsea and Manchester City who are both in need of a central striker to play the number 9 role.
Reports of a potential £60 million move have been made know but no official statement about how true the news is.
Although it looks likely to happen with the player left with one year under his current deal when the season comes to an end which could see him leave for the right fee.
Robert Lewandowski is the subject of transfer talk at Bayern Munich, but Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has moved quickly to rubbish any suggestion of the prolific Polish striker being allowed to move on.
It has been suggested that the German champions may be open to parting with the 32-year-old as they start to clear the way for Erling Haaland.
But it doesn’t look like something they will be willing to risk as the striker is still very much active and giving them all the goals they need despite his age.
See What Bayern Munich Chairman Had To Say;
“Sure he stays. Who sells a player that scores 60 goals a year?” Rummenigge, chairman of the executive board at Bayern, told Sport1.