Bayern Munich technical director Michael Reschke says the Bundesliga champions aren't willing to sell their talisman Robert Lewandowski this summer. According to widespread reports, La Liga giants Real Madrid are keen on sealing the services of the Polish striker - who scored 30 league last season. Lewandowski is obviously opened to a move to the Santiago Bernabeu after his agent confirmed talks had taken place between Madrid and the 27-year-old. On the other hand, Bayern know they have one of the best strikers across Europe and will be hoping they can hold onto him for at least one more season [or maybe the German side are trying to get the best price for the Poland international].
Speculations on the striker's future is a long way from ending as Madrid are keen on landing a big name forward, who could possibly replace Karim Benzema.
"He [Lewandowski ] is going to be playing for Bayern Munich again next season, there's absolutely no doubt about it," Reschke told Italy's Radio CRC.
"He still has three years on his contract here and we know that we have the best striker in the world in our squad.
"That is why there is no chance that he will be sold."