FC Bayern still want to extend Robert Lewandowski’s expiring contract. Talks have recently picked up speed. According to current media reports, the Monaco team made a first offer to the top scorer. However, the 33-year-old Pole is said to be far from satisfied with this.
Lewandowski’s current working document at FC Bayern expires in just under 14 months. Säbener Straße managers have recently stressed several times that they would like to keep the FIFA world footballer beyond the summer of 2023. The striker himself hasn’t really commented on his sporting future. Lewandowski is reportedly still willing to stay if the terms are right.
Lewandowski is unhappy with Bayern’s offer
As reported by Spanish “SPORT”, FC Bayern consultant Lewandowski Pini Zahavi made a first offer. According to the newspaper, this is a statement of intent. According to this, FCB is offering the Polish national team player an extension until 2024, which should not have triggered storms of jubilation in Lewandowski. Even the economic conditions do not correspond to the ideas of the attacker. According to “SPORT”, the Pole is even “outraged” by Bayern’s offer.
Waiting for a new round of negotiations with Zahavi
As “SPORT” claims to have learned, there will be further talks between Bayern and the players next week. Zahavi would like to clearly express his protege’s dissatisfaction and still insist on a change in the summer if the contract offer is not significantly improved. The 33-year-old is still hoping for an extension to 2025 and an increase in salary. If this does not happen, the striker would like to leave the club, preferably in the direction of Barcelona.
Barça is said to be luring Lewandowski with a 3-year contract and a salary of € 30-35 million per year. Bayern, on the other hand, have no interest in starting their best striker at the end of the season and are ready to accept the transfer on a free transfer in 2023.