Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic only confirmed on Wednesday that FC Bayern does not want to let Robert Lewandowski go before his contract ends in 2023. Nevertheless, new movement could come into the poker around the striker.

    As the “picture” reported, Barcelona have made a new offer for Lewandowski. According to them, the Catalans have increased their initial offer of 32 million euros to 35 million euros.

    According to the report, however, the bosses of FC Bayern did not react to the Spaniards’ advance, saying that the offer was still far too small to make the German record champions rethink. According to the tabloid, the people of Munich are demanding at least 50 million euros for Lewandowski.

    Despite the 33-year-old’s clearly formulated change request, FC Bayern is not considering giving up their second-best goalscorer in the club’s history this summer, given the current situation.

    “Our position on this matter is clear: Robert has a contract until the summer of 2023,” emphasized Salihamidzic in an interview with “Sport Bild” on Wednesday.

    Relationship between Lewy and FC Bayern “repairable”

    On Thursday he added in the “Sky” interview: “Yes, I’m convinced. He’s a professional and he has big goals in his career. That’s why it’s fixable.”

    Salihamidzic, meanwhile, confirmed that he and Kahn spoke to Lewandowski and his agent Pini Zahavi in ​​Mallorca last week.

    “I think we had a very good conversation,” said the 45-year-old. “It’s true, I was there. Oliver Kahn was there too, we talked, each side explained their position, but we also discussed that we don’t want to talk about the details. But it was a good conversation. “

    According to the current status, it is clear to Salihamidzic that Lewandowski will stay in Munich. “So far it’s 100 percent. July 12 is his first day at work, so I’m expecting him,” he said.

    The board of directors does not want to participate in mind games about what kind of offer the Polish world footballer can still go. He “never deals with things that are now in the air”.