According to Bayern Munich president, the Bundesliga side won’t be offloading prolific striker Robert Lewandowski in the summer window despite several interests from the English Premier League.
Bayern not selling
Uli Hoeness has dismissed reports that the German league champions are willing to sell the 29-year-old forward this summer transfer window.
The Centre-forward has been strongly linked with a possible transfer to the English Premier League with both Manchester United and Chelsea believed to be interested.
However, the Poland international forward was believed to have his heart set on a transfer to UEFA Champions League holders Real Madrid after employing a new agent.
The striker has won four back-to-back Bundesliga titles with the German side since his transfer to the Allianz Arena for free from Borussia Dortmund back in 2014.
However, Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has dismissed the claim that the German champions would be ready to offload the goal poacher in a €200million deal.
The striker has won six German league titles but the polish forward still hasn’t won the UEFA Champions League trophy.
The Red Devils have been active in the current summer window after they signed Brazil international midfielder Fred in a £52million transfer deal from Shakhtar last week.