Robert Lewandowski claims he received “several offers” in the close-season but never expected Bayern Munich to sell him, even after he criticised the club’s hierarchy.
The Poland striker made public his unhappiness at the Allianz Arena in August as he accused Bayern of failing to provide adequate support during a brief slump in form last season.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain were reportedly interested, but Bayern held firm in their stance against a sale, despite the 30-year-old’s insistence on airing his grievances.
Lewandowski admits he never anticipated he would be sold but felt obliged to speak out due to the “strange atmosphere” at the club.
“There were some things at Bayern which I did not like, and I wanted to talk about that. I had sev...