Lewandowski set for new contract at Bayern Munich.
Robert Lewandowski will extend his stay at the Bundesliga club beyond 2021 on a new contract deal.
The striker who scored a brace last week against his former side when Bayern Munich clinched a dominating 5-0 win over Borussia Dortmund to secure more advantage in their Bundesliga title race is in advanced negotiations with Bayern to extend his stay at the club.
His agent, Pini Zahavi, told the Polish media outlet that the new contract talks are true, but he insisted nothing concrete has been agreed yet.
Lewandowski’s contract will expire in 2021, but the Bavarians are hoping to secure the Pole for at least a few more seasons beyond that.
Zahavi had in May last year said his client was hoping for a new challenge with particular interest in joining Real Madrid, but the Spanish club never made a concrete bid for the player.
Top other clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain were also loosely linked with him, but Bayern were not willing to let their star striker leave.
The striker allowed his football to do the talking this season after his moves were blocked last season maintaining a fine scoring form and more impressive with 13 assists to his name across all competitions.
However, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed Bayern’s interest in extending Lewandowski’s stay and may likely end his career at the club as he still has much to offer.