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sport news Robert Lewandowski launches a new attack on Bayern Munich as he pushes for ... trends now

sport news Robert Lewandowski launches a new attack on Bayern Munich as he pushes for ... trends now

'Something died inside me... what player will want to go to there?!': Robert Lewandowski launches a new attack on Bayern Munich, telling them no stars will sign if they stop him leaving for Barcelona Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski handed in a transfer request in May The 33-year-old wants to quit Bayern this summer and join Barcelona instead Lewandowski has won 14 major honours in eight years at the German giants 

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Wantaway Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has reiterated his stance of wanting to leave the club - declaring that something has 'died' inside of him at the German giants.

Lewandowski has been publicly vocal about his desires to quit Bayern this summer, to their ire of their board, with Barcelona his preferred destination.

Last month the 33-year-old submitted a transfer request and when providing an update on his future recently the Barcelona target didn't hold back.

Wantaway Robert Lewandowski has underlined his desire to leave Bayern Munich once again

Wantaway Robert Lewandowski has underlined his desire to leave Bayern Munich once again

Lewandowski said 'something died inside me' at Bayern as he looks to push a Barcelona move

Lewandowski said 'something died inside me' at Bayern as he looks to push a Barcelona move

'I just want to leave Bayern. Loyalty and respect are more important than the work. The best thing to do is find a solution together,' he told Sport Onet.

'They didn't

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