Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge claims that Robert Lewandowski is one hundred percent sure next season at Bayern Munich plays.
“I go out there like a bet for,” says the president of “Der Rekordmeister” in the German voetbalblad Kicker.
Lewandowski is in the interest of Real Madrid. Several Spanish and German media reported earlier this month that the 29-year-old Polish striker even though broadly agree with the winner of the Champions League, to a contract.
Lewandowski, however, until mid-2021 stuck in Munich, and Bayern wants to be topschutter under no circumstances lost. “Robert is extremely important for our team and perhaps the best number 9 in Europe,” says Rummenigge.
To his point of view but to emphasise, once again, referred the former topverdediger to a situation of ten years ago. Chelsea offered then 80 million euro plus defender José the tangerines within inches for Franck Ribéry.
“An outrageous bid, but we turned it down. No one can be against our will a player buy from us.”
Lewandowski left in the summer of 2014 Borussia Dortmund press conference for Bayern Munich, for which he has a whopping 141 times scored in 178 official matches.
The 91-fold international raised at the end of last year the necessary surprise, in an interview with Der Spiegel openly his question transferbeleid of the club.
“Bayern have to be creative as the club’s top players to Munich wants to continue to pick up. If you want to continue to do so in the top, you have these top players,” he said.
“But until now has Bayern Munich never more than 40 million euros have been spent on a player and that is in international football has long more a mean cost than a top prize.”
Rummenigge was to put it mildly, not pleased with the comments from Lewandowski and showed that in an interview with Bild also clear.
“Robert is employed by us as a footballer and he gets a lot of money for it. I regret his statements. Anyone who is the coach, the club or his teammates saying, will immediately get in trouble with me.”