Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer has denied rumors that striker Robert Lewandowski may leave the club.
Heinz confirmed in an interview with the club’s website, that the Polish player’s contract is still valid for two years, indicating that he can continue for a longer period within the walls of the Bavarian.
He explained, “Lewandowski is the best striker in the world. His contract is still for two years, and I think he will stay with us for a longer period.”
The 32-year-old Polish striker broke the record for the number of goals scored in a single season in the Bundesliga with Bayern, when he scored 41 goals, surpassing Gerd Muller’s goal in 1972.
Leva can still catch Muller’s record, the Bundesliga’s all-time top scorer with 365 goals.
“So far he has scored 277 goals, and if his health allows him and he renews with us, he will be able to set the record,” Hainer added.
Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich, returned to Real Madrid’s priority list during the summer Mercato.
And Real Madrid has tried to include Lewandowski several times over the past years.