‘Something will happen soon,’ says Lewandowski, leaving Bayern’s future uncertain

On Saturday, Robert Lewandowski stated of his future at Bayern Munich, “Something will happen soon.”

The 33-year-old, whose contract expires next year, scored his 33rd league goal this season as Bayern won the Bundesliga for the 10th straight season with a 3-1 home triumph against Dortmund.

Barcelona is allegedly interested in signing Lewandowski, who has been coy about his future with Bayern.

“Something is going to happen shortly. The only thing I know is that a meeting (with Bayern) will take place “, Lewandowski told Sky Sports.

Lewandowski has won the FIFA best male player award for the past two years in a row and has won every attainable trophy with Bayern.

Since joining on a free transfer from Dortmund in 2014, he has scored 342 goals in 372 appearances.

Bayern executives have stated their desire to retain him, but club CEO Oliver Kahn confirmed last Sunday that the Poland star is “evaluating his future.”

Lewandowski went on to say that “nothing extraordinary” has occurred yet, with his agency in negotiations with Bayern, and that he would “see” how things progress.

“It is difficult for me,” he said.

Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer and Thomas Mueller are both out of contract in 2023, although both players have said that they want to extend their deals.

“We’ll see what happens,” Mueller added, “but the impression today is that it’s difficult to go.”

Neuer said that he is “doing well” at Bayern. “We have a squad that has the potential to win the Champions League.”

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