Lewandowski urges Bayern to let him leave 

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski wants to leave the German machines this summer, admitting that his passion for the club has waned.

Lewandowski has only one year left on his current contract with Bayern Munich and he has already expressed his desire to leave this summer. The Spanish giant Barcelona is watching the position of the player, who has made it clear that he wants to leave.

“I am leaving because I want more emotions in my life,” he told Polish magazine Unit Sport.

“They didn’t want to listen to me until the end. Something came out inside of me. And it’s impossible to get over it. Even if you want to be a professional, you can’t make up for it.”

When asked why he wanted to leave Munich, Lewa said, “Well, I think it’s going in that direction.”

“If you were at the club for many years, always ready, available, despite the injuries and the pain you gave your best, I think it would be better to find a good solution for both sides. And not look for a unilateral decision.”

“No sense. Not after this time. I will understand if I have been playing here for 2-4 years, but after such a successful track and preparation and support on my part, maybe loyalty and respect are more important than business.”

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