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Lewandowski will surely be at Bayern Munich next year, Kahn claims amid Barcelona transfer gossips

Reports over the most recent week have connected the productive striker with a transition to Spain

Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has suppressed reports that Robert Lewandowski is set to leave the club this summer for Barcelona.

Kahn said Lewandowski will "certainly" be with the Bavarian association in 2022-23 and added that it would be insane to suspect something.

Lewandowski is partaking in another champion season at Bayern Munich, surpassing 30 league goals for the third solid campaign.

"We certainly have Robert with us for another season," Kahn told Amazon Prime.

"We know what we have in him and were loose about it. Obviously theres a contest out there: Who will recount Robert Lewandowski?

"Talks will proceed. Were not insane and are [not] anticipating the transfer of a somewhere in the range of 30 and 40 player goals with us each season."

GOAL and SPOX understand that underlying discussions among Lewandowski and Bayern over another contract are because of happen before very long.

The 33-year-old, who joined Bayern from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, is out of agreement in 2023 and the club desire to convince him to sign an expansion.

Regardless of whether they are keen on marking him, Barcelona would simply have the option to open discussions with the consent of Bayern - something the German giants are probably not going to concede at this stage.

In the wake of being questionably reprimanded for the 2021 Ballon dOr, Lewandowski has gave little indications of dialing back.

Hes scored 47 goals in all competitions and conveyed four assists as Bayern Munich have taken an ordering lead in the Bundesliga title race.

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