Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has told new manager Julian Nagelsmann that he’s committed to the club completely amidst the widespread reports linking him with a move away from the club. The Poland international met with Nagelsmann on his return from holiday to tell him about his commitment. The news of his 100% commitment to Bayern Munich was confirmed by German newspaper Sports Bild.



There were transfer rumours of a move away from the Allianz Arena this summer but Bayern Munich officials were always adamant that the Poland striker is not for sale. He has two years left on his existing deal with the Bavarian giants. The Poland international still had a lot of suitors around Europe despite the stance of the Bayern officials.

Suitors who were ready to step up their interest in Lewandowski if given the opportunity include European champions Chelsea, Premier League champions Manchester City, Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Manchester United.

Champions League holders Chelsea, in particular, were determined to sign him after they were turned down in their bid to sign ErlingHaaland from Borussia Dortmund. Reports claimed that the Blues were willing to offer the experienced striker a lucrative contract in addition to a £50m transfer fee. In the end, Chelsea officials also got the same ‘Not For Sale’ response just like it was obtainable when they tried to sign Norwegian international Haaland.

Poland national team talisman Robert Lewandowski is widely regarded as the best striker in world football and Bayern Munich fans would be delighted that they don’t have to worry about a possible sale. He showed his quality in the German Bundesliga last season after he broke a record for most goals that had been in existence for a lot of decades. Lewandowski scored 41 goals in the league to break the abovementioned record.


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