Hoeness: 'Lewandowski won't be sold'
Bayern president Uli Hoeness makes it clear once and for all that Robert Lewandowski will not leave Bayern München this summer.
Recently, Bild reported that Bayern München would listen to offers above €200 for star striker Robert Lewandowski this summer.
However, Bayern president Uli Hoeness denies that the club have set a minimum price for the 29-year-old and underlines that he is not for sale.
"The €200 million price tag is nonsense! Robert won't be sold and will play for us next season. Now, everything has been said about that," Hoeness told Sky.
In the end of May, Lewandowski's agent Pini Zahavi stated that his client wants to leave Bayern.
"Robert feels that he needs a change and a new challenge in his career," he told Bild.
Bayern München chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has previously made it clear that the club expect Lewandowski to stay.
"We know what we have in Robert Lewandowski. I am very happy that we still have such a long-term contract. No need to worry - he will also play at Bayern Munich next season," he told Kicker last month.
Lewandowski's contract with Bayern München runs out in 2021.