Bayern Munich have set a not so good Robert Lewandowski asking price as player is looking to make an exit this summer, MySportDab reports.
The Bavarians are not looking to allow their leading goal scorer leave the club despite reports of a possible move to happen.
Robert Lewandowski asking price have been set by Bayern Munich who are demanding an unrealistic fee for the Polish International.
Clubs like Manchester United, City and Chelsea were all linked with a move this summer which looks like it impossible to happen due to his age.
Polish striker wants new challenge and the Bavarians will only allow him leave if any team could match their asking fee.
Robert Lewandowski is, according to Sky Sports, reports reaching us confirmed, looking to take on a new challenge away from Bayern Munich.
The Polish striker is eager to experience a different club and division before reaching his mid-30s.
Although, his current club have slapped a £110 million ($137m) price tag on him which is unlikely for any team to make such investment on him.
This could mean that he won’t be making the move after all with Manchester City being the only side needing a number 9 as Chelsea already sign Romelu Lukaku.
The Premier League Champions will be considering if they will go for Harry Kane or Robert Lewandowski who are both available for possible agreement.
No official statement yet about any offer on the table for the striker who might likely not get any before the transfer window comes to a shut down.