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Latest official news from Bayern Munich on Lewandowski's future at the club and his latest reaction.

Robert Lewandowski, the polish international forward has been one of the most inspiring players of the 21st century. Born in poland on 21 August 1988,he started his career at znicz which was the a tier three club in the country and later joined lech Poznan, a top flight club. He helped the club win the top flight title in 2009 - 2010 season before joining Borussia Dortmund that same year where his real story started. He won two consecutive Bundesliga and a top goal scorer award between 2010 and 2013. Prior the start of the 2014 season, Lewandowski made a surprising move to rivals Bayern muchen on a free transfer. Here he has won a Bundesliga title in each of his first 8 seasons at the club and multiple top scorer awards, player of the season awards and several domestic league titles. This indeed has been the greatest success of the polish international. He has managed to score a combination of more than 600 career goals for both club and country, earning him the name 'the goal machine'.

Over the recent past, Lewandowski has been linked with a move outside the club and Barcelona could be the favorites to grab the strikers signature this summer. According to verified information by renowned sport journalists, Fabrizio Romano on Twitter, the player responded to the links to the media saying, '' The time will come to give information. Soon it will be possible to say more''. The journalist went ahead to confirm that Barcelona are still working on the move with the player's agent, pini Zahavi, and that a three year deal is already agreed but now waiting for Bayern before everything is settled.

This is a highly anticipated move especially by Barcelona fans all over the world at the expense of disappointment to Bayern fans and the club who really may not like to see their icon leave their club.

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