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Robert Lewandowski reportedly wants to leave Bayern Munich

At the age of 32, Lewandowski is looking for a new challenge before he retires.

Polish International and Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski reportedly want to leave the club after a stint of seven years.

Lewandowski being the head of the attack at a star-studded Bayern Munich will leave a big gap in the club’s attack if he leaves Munich.

As reported by Sky Sports News, at the age of 32, Lewandowski is looking for a new challenge before he retires.

Considered as one of the best players in the world at the moment, Lewandowski helped Bayern Munich towards an unprecedented treble in the 2019/20 season where he scored a total of 55 goals and nine assists in all competitions. Continuing the prolific form, Lewandowski broke the 49-year-old standing record of German legend Gerd Muller of 40 goals in a single Bundesliga season which he surpassed on the final matchday of the 2020/21 season finishing with 41 goals.

Bayern Munich has no intention of releasing Lewandowski this season but will be accepting bids from the 2022/23 season. It has been reported that the club values the Polish striker at about $116 million.

Lewandowski has been one of the most successful players for Bayern Munich, winning 18 trophies in seven years with the club. Bayern would be looking to quickly replace him if he decides to leave the club next season.

Several clubs from the Premier League have shown interest in the Polish international, only time will tell what lies ahead in Lewandowski’s career.

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