Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski opens up about his intentions to leave the German Bundesliga amid rumour of interest from Premier League side Chelsea.
Striker wants out
The prolific goalscorer has once again stated his intention to leave the German Bundesliga amid severe interest from West London side Chelsea in the Bayern striker.
The Poland international striker has been strongly linked with a transfer away from the Bundesliga champions in the summer window.
The striker has grown increasingly frustrated at his current club and his relationship with the club’s board has deteriorated.
The 29-year-old has won four Bundesliga titles successively with Bayern Munich since his move from rivals Borussia Dortmund back in 2014.
Ideal Chelsea striker
The centre-forward would surely fit the bill as the type of forward the Blues would like to land given Spain international Alvaro Morata’s frustrating debut campaign at the West London club.
The Bayern forward was spoken of his desire to leave the German league and test his strength in another top league on the continent in the remaining campaigns of his career.
Lewandowski netted 29 times in 30 matches in the league to win their fourth back-to-back German crown.
He has been constantly linked with Manchester United and Liverpool in the past.