Robert Lewandoski's future with Germany giants Bayern Munich is facing a serious test with one year left on his contract. The Poland International had communicated to Bayern that he wants a move from Alianz Arena.
Lewandoki has been a key player to Bayern over a series of seasons, In the past months, Chelsea had shown some interest in him but the rumour went silent.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Bayern are not sure whether the player will attend training or will go on strike since his intention is to move out of Bayern.
Currently, Barcelona are watching the situation surrounding Lewandoski's contract since they have intentions of signing him in order to improve it's striking department.
Bayern Chief Executive Oliver Kahn told Amazon Prime in April that Lewandoski is not for sale this summer. They had already rejected an offer of £30m last month. German Champions insists that it will be so stupid to let go of a player who has the capabilities of netting over thirty goals in a single season.
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