Robert Lewandowski’s agent has confirmed that the striker is currently in talks with Bayern München about a new contract.
Lewandowski has been linked with a move to either Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the current season, with some reports suggesting that Bayern were tabled offers for the 27-year-old during the January transfer window. However, Cezary Kucharski, Lewandowski’s agent, has said that neither club made an offer for the Poland international.
Instead, Kucharski revealed that Lewandowski is in talks to extend his stay at Bayern, and hinted that the club’s CEO, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, would do whatever was required to keep the striker at the Allianz Arena.
“Yes, we’ve started talking. I can confirm this,” he told Polsat Sport. “I won’t talk about specifics, because it’s confidential.
“Real have not conducted talks over a transfer. It’s just speculation. Rumours around Robert show what a player he is. He’s known not only in Poland or Germany but throughout Europe.
“There are no talks with PSG. The English write about English clubs, the French about PSG, the Spaniards Real Madrid, and Juventus in Italy. In each country, a great club is linked with Robert.
“But Lewandowski is at a team that suits him, and there is no need to change anything. I know Rummenigge is aware that Lewy is a great player, who has great value for Bayern, and how such a boy should be rewarded.”
Lewandowski has played an instrumental part in Bayern’s superb season thus far as he has scored 27 goals and notched up four assists in 29 games in all competitions.