Lewandowski open to possible Bayern Munich departure

Robert Lewandowski has not ruled out the possibility of departing Bayern Munich this summer in order to explore new opportunities away from Germany, where he has played since 2010.

The Bayern striker's contract runs until June 2023 and he has stressed that he feels comfortable in Bavaria.

"I am always curious to learn a new language, a new culture," Lewandowski told Canal+.

"I am very good at Bayern. They are a great club and the city [of Munich] is magnificent."

England, Spain or France?

According to L'Equipe, Paris Saint-Germain could contemplate a potential swap that could see Kylian Mbappe join Bayern Munich and Lewandowski move to France in the event the Frenchman does not renew his contract.

Meanwhile, the German newspaper Bild revealed that the Poland international could be willing to depart Munich for either London or Barcelona to play at Chelsea or Barcelona respectively.

Since joining Bayern from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, Lewandowski has netted as many as 294 goals in all competitions to become the club's second all-time top scorer behind Gerd Muller.

"It is clear that [Lewandowski] is going to stay, because nobody sells a player who scores 60 goals," former Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently said.

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