Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has spoken about the situation with Poland striker Robert Lewandowski by planning to talk in the spring. He also admitted meetings with Mino Raiola. The representative of Erling Haaland. The Norwegian striker of Borussia Dortmund. According to Sky Germany last Sunday.
Bayern Munich have yet to formally contact Lewandowski to begin talks over a new deal. The Poland striker’s current contract is set to expire in the summer of 2023. Although Bayern’s management wants the 33-year-old forward to stay. UFABET Particularly chairman Herbert Heiner who has gone. Far to hope for the pole striker to end his football career in Munich.
Kahn the current CEO of Bayern Munich has confirmed that.
The club will negotiate a new deal with Lewandowski in the spring. For now he wants the club to focus on competing for a 10th consecutive Bundesliga title. As well as thrashing Salzburg in the Champions League round of 16.
‘I’ve said many times that we want to talk to a lot of our deserving players in the spring. Including Robert of course. Now that we’re entering a crucial phase of the season. Now every millimeter counts.’
‘Now we want to focus 100 per cent on what is at stake. It’s the German champions and we still have our second game against Salzburg in mind and we’ll see.’ Kahn said. Stressing that the Tigers won’t last too long in the event of a repeat. David Alaba and Nicklas Sule who have left the club on free transfers.
Kahn also spoke of meeting Raiola last week in Monaco. Which represents Dortmund striker Haaland and Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Ryan Grafenberg. This has led to speculations being negotiated about one of the agents in charge of an Italian-Dutch agent.
‘Yes, that’s right. I’m in Monaco. But this week I’m also in London. I travel to Europe a lot. It is extremely common to meet with one of the players’ advisors. You will understand that I will not speak publicly about the content of these discussions.’
‘Haaland is a Borussia Dortmund player and is currently injured. I’ve always emphasized that I don’t like talking about players from other clubs.’ Kahn explained.