Chelsea remain interested in signing Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, and the German club’s CEO has offered an update on the attacker’s future.
Despite the concerns surrounding Robert Lewandowski’s future at Bayern Munich, Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn sees the benefits.
Chelsea have been linked with a surprise bid for the Poland international in recent months. After scoring 47 goals in 42 games for Bayern in all competitions this season, the 33-year-contract old’s at the Allianz Arena expires in the summer of 2023.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding Lewandowski’s future at Bayern Munich, Barcelona is the overwhelming favorite to sign him.
Chelsea, on the other hand, has come up in discourse. Lewandowski might be seen as a short-term substitute if the Blues elect to move Romelu Lukaku this summer.
If Romelu Lukaku leaves Chelsea during the summer transfer window, Robert Lewandowski has been suggested as a suitable replacement.
Shaun Wright-Phillips has encouraged his previous club, Chelsea, to pursue Robert Lewandowski if Romelu Lukaku leaves in the summer transfer window.
Lukaku only returned to the Blues last summer, but his debut season in England hasn’t gone as expected.
The 28-year-old striker joined Chelsea for £97.5 million in August 2021 after a remarkable season with Inter Milan, where he helped the Italians win Serie A.
Since his return to the Blues, Lukaku, on the other hand, has been widely chastised for his performances.
Furthermore, an inflammatory interview he gave towards the end of last year, in which he hinted he intended to leave Stamford Bridge, harmed the Belgian’s popularity among Chelsea supporters.
According to rumours, Inter Milan is considering making a loan bid for its former center-forward.
On the other hand, Bayern CEO and former goalkeeper Kahn has confirmed the club’s stance on the prolific striker, adding that the club wants him to stay as long as possible.
As of today, Robert has a contract with us for next season, Kahn told Sport1. He also added that they have spoken to Robert and wish for him to stay for as long as possible at the Bayern.
Some persons may seem to believe that contract discussions are akin to an online management game in which I click on something and he extends his contract.
You must also take into account the athletes’ personal circumstances. Players who have prospered at this club for many years are outstanding.
Robert became a world-class footballer while he was with us. Robert is a goal scorer who can average 30 to 40 goals per season.
Of course, gamers like these eventually begin to believe that “I’ve done it all here and won it all.” After that, persuading him to stay takes some time.
Take a look at some of the players that have changed clubs in the past.
What comes to mind when we think about Ronaldo? For his tenure as a Real Madrid player.
What do we relate Messi with? His days as a player for Barcelona.
Robert is in a similar scenario. By the way, such discussions typically involve money difficulties.
We are all aware that we have recently finished two incredibly terrible years. As a club, you must think about how you will manage all of this in the current situation, as FC Bayern has done over the past two years.
When FC Bayern opens contract discussions, we will decide. We recognize how much we owe this player. It’s also vital to keep a friendly discussion with the gamer.
We don’t give in to being pressed. “After that, Kahn was asked about the striker’s uncertain future and whether or not it was harming the team as a whole. He stated, “I don’t see that at all.”
This was always the case at Bayern Munich. A talk like this can produce some team tension, but it doesn’t have to be serious.
A little workplace fighting and discontent isn’t all that horrible.
On the other hand, the players are far too professional to be influenced. It does not appear to be a problem for the players.