Lewandowski exit talk rubbished

21 June 2017 10:24:00 EST

Bayern Munich have dismissed suggestions that star striker Robert Lewandowski could be allowed to leave the Allianz Arena this summer.

The Poland international narrowly missed out on the Bundesliga Golden Boot at the end of last season and was reported to be unhappy at the level of support he received from some of his team-mates.

Agent Maik Barthel had previously told Kicker: "Robert told me that he got no support and that the coach gave no call to help him in the last game to win the top-scorer title.

"He was disappointed as I have never seen him before. He really hoped that the team would support him proactively."

However, following rumours of interest from both England and Spain, Bayern have warned any potential suitors that they are in no mood to sell.

An official club statement read: "Robert Lewandowski has a contract at FC Bayern which he recently has extended until 2021. FC Bayern does not have any thoughts about a transfer.

"There are no talks with other clubs and there won't be any. If other clubs negotiate with players who have long-term contracts they risk getting sanctioned by FIFA."

Twenty-eight-year-old Poland international Lewandowski joined Bayern from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2014 and has since scored 110 goals in 147 appearances for the Bavarian giants.

Bayern are available at 1/10000 to retain their Bundesliga crown next season, while they are 12121/1 to triumph in the Champions League.

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