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Robert Lewandowski wants a massive pay raise to turn Real Madrid down

Lewandowski wants massive pay rise to stay.

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Robert Lewandowski wants €18 million per year to stay at the Allianz Arena, according to the Spanish news source AS. The Polish Striker has been heavily linked with Real Madrid in recent months, and he is now set to use the interest of Los Blancos as a tool to negotiate a massive new deal with the Bavarians.

Cezary Kucharski, Robert Lewandowski’s agent, insinuated contacts again between Madrid and the Polish striker of Bayern Munich. It is not the first time that Kucharski has talked about the interest of Madrid, nor it will be the last time: "There is something going on with Real Madrid’’, he said in declarations picked up by the website and where the player was chosen as 'Footballer of the Year in Poland'.

Lewandowski currently earns  €12 million a year with Bayern and has a contract until 2019, but the Polish striker and his agent are set to discuss terms with the club over an extension.

The Spanish paper claims that he is set to request a massive €8 million per season rise, as the club seek to keep him out of the clutches of the Spanish giants.

However, Lewandowski has begun talks with Bayern Munich over a new contract, Kucharski announced

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