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Bayern Munich and Robert Lewandowski will discuss his future over the next few weeks

According to Sky Sports, Bayern Munich will meet Robert Lewandowski’s agents and representatives to discuss the Polish striker’s future at the German club. The 33-year-old’s current contract at the club expires in the summer of 2023 and contract negotiations have stalled.

Since signing for Bayern Munichfew players on the planet have been so consistent and deadly for Bayern Munich with Robert Lewandowski hitting double digits for goals every season. But as he got older, the Polish striker only got better as he broke Gerd Muller’s. Bundesliga season record last season, at the age of 32. However, things have gotten even better as Lewandowski is set to break his own goalscoring record this season.

The striker has already scored 32 league goals, in 29 appearances, and has also netted 13 Champions League goals in just 10 appearances. But with less than fifteen months left on his current contract, there are growing fears that Bayern Munich could be forced to sell him next summer. That’s especially after reports emerged that contract negotiations have stalled with the Bavarians unwilling to meet Lewandowski’s wage demands. However, Sky Sports said the situation had changed and the two sides would meet to discuss his future.

There has been interest from across Europe, but Bayern Munich are keen to keep their superstar striker at the club and so are ready to negotiate even now. However, reports have indicated that Lewandowski is keeping his options open, especially given his desire to play in Spain or England somewhere in the near future. This caught the attention of Barcelona, Manchester United and a few others although no movement has yet materialized.

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