At the age of 27, Robert Lewandowski is considered to be in the peak of a footballer’s career and the Polish attacker has made a name for himself as top player as he is a regular starter for Bayern Munich and managed to score 30 goals for the German club during the 2015-16 Bundesliga season.
Scoring 30 goals in a team that has a number of superstar figures such as: Thomas Muller, Douglas Costa, Arjen Robben, Mario Gotze and many others is not an easy task to accomplish.
A few years ago during the 2013 Champions League semi-finals match between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski managed to score 4 goals against the Spanish giants and ever since then they have been interested in signing the Polish attacker.
It was rumored that Real Madrid would launch a huge offer in the summer transfer window in an attempt to sign Robert Lewandowski but despite all of the money that the Spanish club can splash out, it seems like it won’t make any difference as Bayern Munich just aren’t interested in selling one of their star players.
“He’s going to be playing for Bayern Munich again next season, there’s absolutely no doubt about it. He still has three years on his contract here and we know that we have the best striker in the world in our squad. That is why there is no chance that he will be sold. The decision has been made: we won’t let Robert Lewandowski go, regardless of what offer lands on the table.” The technical director of Bayern Munich, Michael Reschke said.
Even though Real Madrid already has a world class attacking force consisting of: Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez, they are always in search of players who can increase the quality even further and Robert Lewandowski was one of their main summer targets but he will not be joining the Spanish club.
Carlo Ancelotti has stated on numerous occasions that he is not planning to make big changes to Bayern Munich once he arrives to the German club and officially takes charge of the team as the club already has top players, this probably means that no big players will be signed or offloaded from Bayern Munich, at least not during the summer transfer window.