Bayern Munich centre-forward Robert Lewandowski has today slammed reports claiming that he is set for a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Prolific hitman Lewandowski is regarded by many as being one of the finest strikers on the planet, and was on the scoresheet once again this weekend as Bayern put 4 past a helpless Mainz at the Allianz Arena.
The strike took ‘Lewy’ onto an incredible tally of 82 Bundesliga goals in 100 appearances for the Bavarians, with the 29-year-old having been interviewed post-game following a century of appearances for the club.
However, the subject of the interview quickly switched to Lewandowski’s rumoured insistence on a move to Real Madrid.
Reports in Spain on Friday claimed that the former Dortmund standout is ‘obsessed’ with the idea of a transfer to the Bernabeu, though the striker has moved to pour cold water on these suggestions.
A clearly irked Lewandowski sniped to the media:
‘I don’t have to say anything to every bit of nonsense’
Rumours of Real’s interest in Lewandowski have been circulating for several years now, though they have intensified over recent months, after the Pole spoke of his frustration at his teammates not helping him to win the Bundesliga’s top-scorer award on the final day of last season, before hitting out at the club’s transfer strategy in a recent interview.
However, his comments this weekend seem to suggest that the 88-time capped international’s focus is solely on Bayern for the time being.