Sport Bild claims Bayern München will be looking to sell Robert Lewandowski in the summer if they can't agree a new deal with the Polish forward.
Robert Lewandowski will either extend his contract or leave Bayern München in the summer, according to Sport Bild.
Lewandowski's contract with Bayern expires in 2023, and both the player and club are looking for clarity on whether the deal will be extended.
According to the report, there are two options for Lewandowski: either the 33-year-old extends his contract by one year until 2024 and keeps his current salary or he commits himself until 2025 and accepts a lower salary per season due to his growing age.
Should it not be possible for Bayern to agree a new deal with the Polish star forward, they are likely to cash in on him in the summer.
Lewandowski has scored a total of 328 goals in 356 games for Bayern.