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Robert Lewandowski Asks To Leave Bayern Munich As Price Tag Revealed

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Robert Lewandowski Asks To Leave Bayern Munich As Price Tag Revealed

Robert Lewandowski has reportedly told Bayern Munich that he wants to find a new club - but the reigning Bundesliga champions have slapped an eye-watering price tag on the Poland international.

Widely regarded as one of the best strikers in world football, Lewandowski scored 56 goals for club and country last season. 

And now, according to stunning reports, Bayern's talisman is believed to want a “new challenge” - putting Europe’s top club’s on alert.

Robert Lewandowski scored 56 goals for club and country last season
Robert Lewandowski scored 56 goals for club and country last season
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Earlier today, Sky Sports reporter Paul Gilmour broke the sensational news that Lewandowski has "made it clear" to Bayern he would like to leave the club.

"What we are being told is that Robert Lewandowski wants a new challenge away from Bayern Munich,” said Gilmour.

"Let me just bring you some context on this, he turns 33 on Saturday, he has two years remaining of his Bayern Munich contract.

"It runs until June 2023, when he will be approaching his 35th birthday.

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"What he feels, we are being told, is that when he gets to that stage it maybe difficult to find that new big European club.

"That's the reason for wanting this challenge, but the problem is that Bayern Munich have put a valuation of around £110m on him.”

Lewandowski, who turns 33 on Saturday, could be of interest to both Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, especially given the ongoing Harry Kane saga.

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But City now have a new option available if they decide to walk away from the table for the England captain, as Pep Guardiola has previously worked with Lewandowski at Bayern.

The Pole is widely recognised in the game for a dedication to his physical condition, with Guardiola once describing him as "the most professional player I've ever met".

Having said that, though, are City really going to pay more than £100m for a 33-year-old? It seems unlikely, doesn’t it?

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, Transfers

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