Robert Lewandowski is MISSING from a Bayern Munich poster as he continues to be linked to Barcelona
Robert Lewandowski MISSING on a poster of Bayern Munich promoting their partnership with video game eFootball as the Polish forward is still associated with Barcelona… starring Thomas Muller
- Robert Lewandowski has made no secret of his desire to leave Bayern Munich
- Barcelona want to sign him and will reportedly make a final offer of £34.5 million
- The Polish striker is a blatant omission in Bayern’s latest promotional video
- Thomas Muller and Leroy Sane star in a poster for video game eFootball
Bayern Munich have given perhaps one of the biggest hints yet that Robert Lewandowski will leave the club this summer – by letting him out of a promotional video.
The Polish striker has made no secret of his desire to leave the Bundesliga champions, stating that his career in the Allianz Arena is ‘moving forward’ and that he ‘sees no possibility’ to stay.
Barcelona are looking to sign Lewandowski but have so far failed to strike a deal, with Bayern determined to keep the 33-year-old – who has a 12-month contract left.
Robert Lewandowski has made no secret of his intention to leave Bayern Munich this summer
But the German club is clearly not sure that he will be in Bavaria at the end of the transfer window.
In a video released on Bayern’s website and social media channels to announce the renewal of their partnership with video game company Konami (which develops eFootball, formerly Pro Evolution Soccer), a plethora of stars can be seen in both real-life clips and in virtual form.
Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich and Leroy Sane include, but Lewandowski is a glaring omission.
The striker’s absence is fueling speculation that he played his last game in a Bayern shirt.
Lewandowski is a notable absentee from Bayern’s video game eFootball promotional material
Thomas Muller was one of the stars featured in the video on Bayern’s website
According to SportBarcelona are set to make a final offer of £34.5million plus add-ons for Lewandowski, but the German side will not sell for just under £60.3million.
Meanwhile, the honorary chairman of Bayern believes Barcelona would be wasting his time negotiating.
“I don’t know anything about a new offer from Barça,” he said (via AS† “As things stand in Munich, which I have heard in several conversations, Barcelona can save itself more deals.
Bayern’s statements were clear. They say Robert must fulfill his contract.’