Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski wants to leave the German machines this summer, admitting his passion for the club has dwindled.
Lewandowski has just a year left on his current contract with Bayern and has already expressed his desire to leave this summer. Spanish giants Barcelona are monitoring the player's situation who has made it clear he wants out.
"I am leaving because I want more emotions in my life," he told Polish outlet Onet Sport.
"They didn't want to listen to me until the end. Something inside me went out. And it is impossible to get over it. Even if you want to be professional, you can't make up for it."
When asked on why he wanted to leave Munich, Lewa said, "Well, I think it goes in that direction."
"If you have been in the club for so many years, you were always ready, you were available, despite the injuries and pain you gave your best, I think it will be best to find a good solution for both sides. And not to look for a one-sided decision," Lewandowski added.
"It does not make sense. Not after this time. I would understand if I had been playing here for 2-4 years, but after such a successful path and readiness and support on my part, loyalty and respect are probably more important than business."
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