Robert Lewandowski has revealed he could leave Bayern Munich this summer, following a breakdown in talks over a new contract. Chelsea are interested in bringing the striker to Stamford Bridge this summer, but face competition from Barcelona.

Robert Lewandowski’s contract with Bayern ends in June 2021, but he is looking to seal a summer move away from the club this year. 

Chelsea have Robert Lewandowski on radar despite Barcelona leading the race  | Robert Lewandowski | The Guardian

Lewandowski has not been treated right by Bayern Munich according to club legend Lothar Matthaus:

Bayern should have clearly and unequivocally signaled to Lewandowski a few months ago that they wanted to keep him. There is little right [at the club] at the moment. [David] Alaba and [Niklas] Süle have both gone in a very short space of time and to top it off, they also left on frees.

Now Lewandowski doesn’t want to stay at Bayern anymore, either. No wonder, with all the quarrels, the loss of quality and the obvious courting of [Erling] Haaland.

He [Lewandowski] is an absolute flagship for Bayern Munich in terms of marketing and image. Which Bayern player has been a World Footballer of the Year [winner] in the last 30 years? None! Now you finally have one and treat him like that.

Lukaku Out, Lewandowski In

Chelsea are looking to pounce on Bayern Munich’s mistakes by snatching up the striker this summer. Chelsea have striking problems of their own. Romelu Lukaku has not had the best time since his move to Chelsea. The Belgian will need to be sold before The Blues can bring any striker in.

Lewandowski confirms he won't be signing new Bayern Munich contract amid  Barcelona transfer links |

There is also a possibility of Chelsea using Timo Werner in a deal to bring Lewandowski to the Premier League. However, Oliver Kahn has reiterated that Lewandowski will not leave the club this summer.

 “We know this alarmism from the past. It’s not something that causes us a headache. We made an offer to his agent. He rejected this offer. That’s his right.

“The fact is: He has a contract and he will fulfil it. We are very clear and consistent about that. That’s the way things are here at Bayern. “There is no player above the club.”