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Lewandoski Reveals Who's Pushing Him To Be "Honest About His Situation" With Bayern Munich

Polish skipper Robert Lewandoski has made honest admission on the forces pushing him to be honest about his situation at Bayern.

The 33-year-old goal machine in the recent weeks has shown his unwillingness to stay at Bundesliga and is now ready to leave Allianz Arena with a year still remaining on his contract.

As sources have always revealed it, Lewandoski is pushing towards the exit door due to the fact that Bayern Munich management have refused to consider his interest despite unweaving service delivery he has always offered for the last 8 years.

Though his destinations still unknown, recent rumours have linked Lewandoski with a move to Barcelona, his deal could be confirmed anytime could Bayern accept to let him go.

Amid pushing for freedom to be allowed to access other greener fields next season, Robert keeps exposing his untold feelings.

Speaking on Wednesday, Lewandoski has sent special shout-outs to Bayer Munich supports who he says have always supported him. As a result, Lewandoski says if he fails to be honest about his situation at Bayern then it will be unfair to his supporters.

"I've always tried to do my best for FC Bayern to meet the expectations of the team and the fans. I appreciate the Bayern fans, they have always supported me. If I wasn't honest about my situation, I would feel like I wasn't being fair to the fans.'

It is therefore safe to say that it is Bayern football fans pushing Lewandoski to be honest with his club's management about his situation.

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