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Bayern Munich president not scared of losing Robert Lewandowski for free


Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer is sure that Robert Lewandowski will stay at the club past this mid year, demanding the Bundesliga champions are not terrified about losing him free of charge.

The Poland striker has entered the last a year of his agreement and wants to leave Bayern this late spring, with Barcelona comprehended to be his favored objective.


By and by, Bayern have kept on rebuking Lewandowski's leave wish, with various club figures focusing in different meetings that they have no designs to let the 33-year-old go, and Hainer has now jumped in and let loose.


"We have consistently said that Robert Lewandowski has an agreement with FC Bayern until June 20, 2023," he told Bild. "What's more, an agreement is an agreement.


"Where are we going in the event that a player can end their agreement right on time while we, as a club, could need to cover him up to the last day of his arrangement? That is an imbalance, it can't be that way.


"I'm a piece shocked that Robert decided to open up to the world. I could never have done that if I were in his shoes. He has been with FC Bayern for quite a while, he has come out on top for some championships with us: the Champions League, eight Bundesliga titles, he has been World Footballer of the Year two times as a Bayern player. I think he knows very well what he has at Bayern, in particular a club that treats its players quite well, that does all that to empower them to perform at their best."


Lewandowski has recently asserted that it is absolutely impossible that he could play for Bayern again next season, alluding to in the background issues that have left him determined his time at the Allianz Arena is finished.


"I'm not terrified of [those comments]," Hainer said. "Robert is a full proficient, he needs to play football."


With Lewandowski's agreement slowing down, this mid year probably addresses Bayern's last opportunity to sell the Pole for any critical worth, however Hainer focused on that they don't have to make any undesirable deals and Bayern are not terrified of losing players free of charge.


"We're in the lucky place that we have no financial difficulties," he made sense of. "We need to have the best players and Robert is truly outstanding. That is the reason I'm immovably expecting that he'll play for us again next season.


"[Free transfers] are nothing strange nowadays. We just got a player from Ajax Amsterdam [Noussair Mazraoui] on a free exchange.


"Have confidence that next season we will keep on assembling a crew that will permit us to go for the gold titles."

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