Bayern Munich refrain from the policy of giving striker Lewandowski a two-year contract.

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Bayern Munich football team are set to waive special club policies by offering striker Lewandowski a new two-year contract. Robert Lewandowski forward has score 23 goals in 19 Bundesliga games this season. But he has just one year left on his contract. It will end after the end of the next season.

Bundesliga champion there is a policy limiting the duration of new contracts for players over the age of 30 to one year. But bild report that. UFABET The Tigers are willing to make a special exception for the Poland striker.

The report claims Bayern are willing to offer striker Lewandowski a two-year deal. But his new contract will bring his £369,000-a-week wages down. However the amount has not yet confirm.

The news comes just days after Lewandowski picked up the FIFA Men’s Player of the Year award, beating both PSG’s Lionel Messi and Mohamed Za. Lah from Liverpool.

According to Sport Bild. striker Lewandowski

Bayern Munich and star striker Lewandowski are set to either figure things out in the coming months or will part ways this summer.

It has been clear that each side wants a solution. But the question has been on whether or not they two parties can agree on how long of an extension. And how large of a contract financially would be agreeable to both parties.

One thing is clear, neither party wants this situation to linger.

Per Sport Bild. both sides want to work toward an extension and there appears to be a couple of options on the table for Bayern Munich:

  1. A one-year extension through 2024 with the same pay (€24 million per season).
  2. A two-year extension through 2025 with a reduced salary.

It is hard to imagine Pini Zahavi negotiating a pay cut (even with an extension) for any of his clients, so this round of negotiations could be interesting.