Kahn, who currently serves as Bayern Munich’s chief executive, has confirmed the club’s willingness to negotiate a new contract with Lewandowski, but it all takes time. Especially the center of the Polish national team, who is currently 33 years old.
Lewandowski has scored 32 goals in the Bundesliga this season. And with no problem clinching the Bundesliga’s top scorer for the fifth year in a row, it appears the Poland striker is exhausted from playing for Bayern, despite having a contract until the end of the 2022-23 season. Either way
“We are in talks with Robert and want him to stay at Bayern for as long as possible. Some people seem to believe that talks and contract negotiations are like football manager games. I just clicked the button And then he will renew the contract.”
“Robert is a player with potential, scoring 30, 40 goals every year, of course at some point the player thinks that I’ve achieved everything and won all the titles here. It took time to convince him to stay,” Kahn said.