Bayern Munich are losing patience with Robert Lewandowski’s contract status and could sell him in the summer if the extension is not signed at that time. Robert Lewandowski’s contract with the Bundesliga giants does not expire until the summer of 2023.
But According to the SportBILD reports that the club are keen to avoid starting next season with their unresolved star player, who could put him on the market this summer if an agreement is not reached.
The 33-year-old has reportedly not held strong talks about the extension so far, with Bayern still deciding whether to offer him a deal until 2024 or 2025. on his current salary, which is estimated to be in the region of 24 million euros a year.
If no agreement is reached, it looks like Bayern would prefer to sell Lewandowski this summer rather than risk losing him on a free transfer in 2023. And perhaps the most interesting of all, SportBILD suggests that if they can agree to the addition, they will look to replace Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
Lewandowski, meanwhile, appeared relieved when asked about his future after taking home the men’s best player award on Monday night.
“It’s not like my contract expires in the summer,” he said.
“I need to stay calm and I don’t want to stress myself out. There is still time. ”