Reports have emerged that Robert Lewandoski, the Poland international, has turned down a record-breaking deal move to China.
According to his agent, Cezary Kucharski, the striker could have earned more than what is paid to Carlos Tevez and this would have made him the highest earning player in the world.
Instead Lewandoski renewed his commitment to a new deal with the Bavarians in December last year, which will see him stay at the Alianz Arena until 2021.
When asked his reasons for not moving over to the Chinese club, his agent, Kucharski said the striker decided not to move because he was younger than Carlos Tevez. The agent also said that Bavarian striker could leave the club in the future.
The club’s “project 2021” continues to take good form since the Poland International renewed his deal and joined the likes of Thomas Muller, David Alaba, Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng, Michael Neuer, Javi Marinez and Renato Sanchez in a promising long term future with the club.
After snubbing Real Madrid’s interest over him, Bayern’s prized asset wrote on his twitter hand: “This club gives me all I need to make my dreams come true.”