Lewandowski: Respect is more important than work, I want to leave Bayern

Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, who plays for Bayern Munich, despite still having a one-year contract with the club, wants to leave as soon as possible.
“I just want to leave Bayern. Respect is more important than work. I hope that we will sit down and find a solution together, “Lewandowski said.

It is believed that the Pole would go to Barcelona after leaving Bayern, since he is most often brought into a relationship with a Catalan club.

However, the German club does not want to leave Lewandowski, according to Bavarian President Herbert Hainer.

“Something died in me. “I want to let go of Bayern, so that I can find a sense of satisfaction in football again,” he added.

The Polish striker arrived in Bayern in 2014.

With the Bavarians, he won eight national championship titles and one Champions League.

He scored 238 goals in 253 games.

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