Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski provided insight on his status after assisting the German titans to clinch the Bundesliga title for the second time on Saturday.
On Saturday, Robert Lewandowski remarked of his destiny at Bayern Munich to Sky, “Something will happen soon.” The 33-year-old, whose deal ends after this year, netted his 33rd league goal of the season as Bayern claimed the Bundesliga again for the 10th consecutive year with a 3-1 home triumph against Dortmund. The Poland international struck in Bayern’s 3-1 triumph versus Borussia Dortmund at the Allianz Arena, earning the club’s tenth consecutive title.
Understandably, Lewandowski was questioned regarding his destiny after the game, and he is uncertain whether he will continue or seek a different task in the summer. There have been speculations that if Lewandowski does leave Bayern Munich, Barcelona will attempt to recruit him in the summer. The attacker is under contract with the club until 2023, but still, no renewal has been worked upon. Bayern Munich clinched the Bundesliga for the tenth time in a row with an outright triumph against second-placed Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker.
Julian Nagelsmann’s squad has yet again beaten domestic competitors this year, and their victory expanded their position at the top to 12-points with three games ahead. This victory stretched their unbeaten record to nine games, with only about four losses in the league this season, nobody has been able to cope with the pace. Lewandowski has contributed to 33 goals, having scored 41 times last season, a Bundesliga best.