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Report: Robert Lewandowski not happy with Bayern Munich’s transfer policy, but not eager to move on

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The Polish Hitman does not want to leave Bayern Munich, but does not always agree with the club’s personnel decisions.

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Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has undoubtedly seen his name linked to many of the top clubs in the world including Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Real Madrid over the past few weeks and probably just shakes his head knowing his agent is just stirring things up in hopes of shaking a contract extension out of the Bavarians.

Sure, Pini Zahavi’s “campaign” is getting headlines, but it does not seem like the Polish Hitman is ready to leave Bayern Munich any time soon — at least according to Sport Bild (as captured by @iMiaSanMia):

Still, just because Lewandowski is content, it does not mean that he is 100% okay with everything going on at the club. As indicated in the tweet above, Lewandowski seems to be a little disappointed with how things shook out with Hansi Flick. The 56-year-old manager will be leaving the club after Saturday’s match against FC Augsburg.

More, it appears that Lewandowski has — allegedly — been frustrated with some of the squad planning decisions Bayern Munich has made. Interestingly, Ivan Perisic — who will be available this summer — is one of the players that Lewandowski would have liked to see stick around:

Whatever the case, Lewandowski’s has been vocal in the past about the roster when improvements are needed. It does not sounds like he will hold back moving forward either.