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Bayern Munich Respond To Chelsea’s Move To Sign Robert Lewandowski

Chelsea are looking for a new striker in the market this summer and have made Erling Haaland their primary target, althoug

Bayern Munich Respond To Chelsea’s Move To Sign Robert Lewandowski

Bayern Munich told Chelsea that Robert Lewandowski will not be sold this summer.

 

Chelsea are looking for a new striker in the market this summer and have made Erling Haaland their primary target, although the Dortmund striker will spend at least £150 million.

 

The Champions League champions have been looking for alternatives, and Lewandowski is also on their shortlist.

 

The Poland international became the Bundesliga top scorer with 41 goals last season. He has only two years left in his contract with Bayern. Chelsea has already contacted the forward’s agent to discuss a possible deal.


 

But Bayern chairman Herbert Heiner insisted that Lewandowski will fulfill the contract and may even sign a new contract.

 

“First of all, in my opinion, Lewandowski is the best striker in the world. We are very happy to have him in our team,” Heiner told Goal.

 

Robert Lewandowski became the Bundesliga top scorer with 41 goals last season.

 

“His contract is more than two years away. He will definitely play with Bayern Munch.

 

“I said it a few weeks ago-I can imagine he will spend more time with us. He will honor his contract.

 

“He will definitely play for Bayern Munich for the next two seasons.”

 

Erling Haaland said he hoped that there was nothing in the Chelsea transfer rumors.

 

Haaland also distanced himself from reports linking him to the transfer to Chelsea on Tuesday.

 

When asked about the possibility of a £150 million transfer to Stamford Bridge, Harland said: “I haven’t talked to my agent for a month. You may have an answer.

 

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