Not for sale
Bayern Munich have firmly closed the door on any possible move for Robert Lewandowski.
The Bavarians have seen the forward linked with a move away this summer, and Lewa himself is reportedly willing to push for a move to Real Madrid should the chance arise.
However, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has made it clear that has zero chance of happening.
Sky Sports report he said: “Our door remains closed, the top quality we have at Bayern Munich will stay here.
“With Robert, we clearly want to send a signal to people within and outside the club: Bayern Munich are completely different to other clubs who get weak when certain sums are mentioned.
“We are completely satisfied with him, and in his position there are only a few players who are comparable.
“So it’s not in our interest to hand him over – no matter if someone puts 100 or 150 million (euros) on the table.”
Lewa isn’t short of clubs who would love to sign him, but the player himself is set on a move to Real Madrid.
It’s reportedly long been a dream held by the forward and it seemed this summer could be the right time for him to move, yet the La Liga side haven’t expressed a huge amount of interest in him – and despite selling Cristiano Ronaldo, have seen a very quiet transfer window so far.
Premier League sides have also been keen on Lewandowski, yet the player has always resisted a move, holding out for the Champions of Europe to come for him.