Robert Lewandowski made it clear again on Monday that he wants to leave in the summer. Bayern boss Oliver Kahn does not like that at all.
Oliver Kahn, CEO of FC Bayern Munich, has expressed his anger at Robert Lewandowski’s public wish to change on Monday. At a press conference in the Polish national team’s camp, the striker declared that his “era at Bayern Munich is over”.
“I can’t tell you why Robert chose this path,” said Kahn at Sport1. “Such statements in public get no further,” he added, looking at Lewandowski’s press conference.
Kahn on Lewandowski: “Appreciation is not a one-way street”
At the same time, he was upset with the Pole’s behavior. “I think he should know what he has at Bayern,” said Kahn, adding: “Appreciation is not a one-way street.”
Lewandowski does not want to extend his contract with the German record champions, which expires in 2023, and is aiming for a change this summer. “I cannot imagine further cooperation. I hope they will not keep me just because they can,” said the attacker on Monday. FC Barcelona, who are making intensive efforts to get Lewandowski, are the favorites to sign.