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Julian Nagelsmann The Manager Of Bayern Munich Has Confirmed That Clubs Are Interested In Signing Robert Lewandowski

In his first meetings with Robert Lewandowski, new Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann is unhappy about having to deal with his star player’s future.

Last season, Lewandowski, the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year, scored 48 goals in 40 games across all competitions to help Bayern win their ninth Bundesliga title in a row.

The 32-year-old’s contract at the Allianz Arena runs until 2023, but Nagelsmann, who took over from Hansi Flick in the summer, revealed interest in Lewandowski and admitted he wasn’t happy about having to deal with his future right away in negotiations.

Outside interest in Robert Lewandowski has been confirmed by Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann (L). Nagelsmann (L) confessed he was not looking forward to dealing with Lewandowski’s future. ‘The speculations about Robert Lewandowski have been around for ages, I believe since he joined Bayern Munich,’ he told Sky Deutschland.

‘I think it’s usual for someone who scores a lot of goals to get a call from practically every club.’

‘I believe Robert is aware of what he has at Munich and in this team.

I’ve texted and chatted with him.

I’m not a fan of discussing a player’s contract position as the first official act.’ Naglesmann’s annoyances come as Manchester City consider a move for the Poland captain after their initial PS100 million bid for No 1 target Harry Kane was rejected.

Naglesmann has been training in Munich for pre-season, which began last week. Lewandowski has won it all at Bayern, including the Champions League in 2020. As he nears the end of his career, Lewandowski has never ruled out the possibility of leaving Bayern.

In May, he added, “I am always fascinated to learn a new language, a new culture.”

‘But, whether it will be in football or beyond my career, even I don’t know.’ Real Madrid has also been linked with the attacker, who is now on leave after Euro 2020.

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