Robert Lewandowski: Bayern Munich striker wants new challenge

Robert Lewandowski is looking for a new challenge outside of Bayern Munich, but the club values him at over 100m.
Sky Sports News was informed that Lewandowski (33 on Saturday) is happy at Bayern, but would like to move to another European club before he turns 35.

The German champions' valuation was designed to keep him in the game until 2023. It is expected to value the FIFA and UEFA player-of-the-year out of a departure.

Bayern are not offering any extension to his current contract. His age could make it more difficult to move to another major club.

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Although the club's reluctance is understandable, the Poland striker seems frustrated. However, it is unlikely that he will do anything to harm their good relationship.

He is considered one of the top strikers in international football and scored 56 goals last season for both club and country.

He already has three goals in Bayern's opening two games, which includes the Super Cup win against Borussia Dortmund midweek.

Lewandowski is well-known in the game for his dedication to his health. Manchester City boss Pep guardiola once described him as "the best professional player I've ever seen".

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