Robert Lewandowski insists that he wants to leave Borussia Dortmund and hinted that he has decided where he wants to go. Speaking at an event in Warsaw, the 24-year-old also
expressed his surprise over Dortmund CEO Aki Watzke’s recent comment that he would not be selling the striker to Bayern Munich because no offer had come in.
“He [Watzke] recently told me something different. He knows what I wish for,” Lewandowski said. “He has promised me that I will be allowed to leave, and now something different happens. But I think everything will change. In my opinion, this is not the last decision, and I believe everything will change and come to a good conclusion. Everyone at Borussia Dortmund knows what I want and where I want to go to.”
On his Twitter account, Bayern honorary president Franz Beckenbauer then said what everyone is thinking regarding Dortmund’s unwillingness to sell the Poland international: “I am curious how this can work for a year when he wants to join FCB.”