By Gideon Adonai
Robert Lewandowski hopes to leave Bayern Munich in the near future so that he could play for another top European club, reports say.
The Poland international has been with the Bundesliga champions since 2014 on free transfer and has scored 297 goals in 331 appearances.
However, a Sky Sports report claims that the 32-year-old wants a new challenge.
The club are said to have valued him at over £100m and his contract does not expire until 2023.
Lewandowski, who turns 33 on August 21, has not been offered a contract extension and is said to be frustrated that Bayern do not want to sell him, but will also not do anything to damage his relationship with the club.
Lewandowski is widely considered one of the best strikers in world football.
Back in 2016, when Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola was manager of Bayern, he said Lewandowski is “the most professional player”.