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The Polish striker Robert Lewandowski move away from Bayern Munich is circulating nowadays. There are reports that Lewandowski has asked for his release to Bayern officials so that he can make a move to Real Madrid. The 29-year-old wants to play for Real Madrid and he is no longer interested to stay at Allianz Arena.

Bayern Munich won’t sell Robert Lewandowski

Spanish Daily AS reports as Sport Bild confirms, “Lewandowski has asked the Bayern bosses for its release. Now it is supposedly no longer about if, but about the how, when and above all how much.”

AS has been reporting about Robert Lewandowski move away from Bayern in past few weeks. They even said that Lewandowski has reached an agreement with Real Madrid in presence of his agent Pini Zahavi, which has Real Madrid’s coach Zinedine Zidane approval. Sport Bild has also confirmed that news but Bayern’s chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge denied the report.

Rummenigge said as Kicker reported, “Bayern Munich won’t sell the player this summer regardless of how much money is on offer. Bayern Munich players are not for sale.”

These were club president words, but now it seems like it was only a cover for the negative news. Lewandowski himself wants a move away and a club cannot stop a player when he is not happy. They’ll have to have come with a release clause if they want to make profits from his sale.

AS adds, “What he [Karl-Heinz Rummenigge] is at this time of negotiations just has to say is cover up. In the end, it will mean that one must take into account the unconditional desire of the striker. The villain in this movie will be the player.”

However, newspaper sees PSG’s Edinson Cavani as his replacement at Bayern Munich. It is highly unlikely that Cavani will get a better deal elsewhere what he is getting at PSG. His age will also be a factor as he turns 32 this year. The only possibility for Bayern is to cut a deal with Real to make James Rodriguez move permanent and ask for €30 million more. It will be a win-win situation for Bayern Munich.

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