Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, wanted by FC Barcelona, reiterated his desire to leave Bayern Munich but added that he does not want to force anything and that what it is about is finding the best solution for everyone.
“I still have one year left on my contract, that’s why I’ve asked the club for the go-ahead for a transfer. I think that in the current situation it’s the best solution, especially because the club can still receive money for the transfer,” Lewandowski told the newspaper. ‘bild’.
“I don’t want to force anything, it’s not about that. It’s about looking for the best solution. You have to cool emotions, I want to speak calmly and not through the media,” he added.
Lewandowski pointed out that he did not want an escalation, that he had great respect for Bayern and that the club and Munich had become a second homeland for him. “I hope the fans will one day understand me,” he asked.
Lewandowski’s statements were preceded by a telephone conversation with Bayern’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic after the Polish striker reiterated in an interview his desire to leave Bayern.
Salihamdizic informed the media of the conversation – according to him it was Lewandowski who made the call – in which he had reiterated the club’s position according to which the player must fulfill his contract, which has been publicly expressed by both him and the President Herbert Hainer and the President of the Board of Directors Oliver Khan.
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