Lewandowski scores against Wolfsburg in last game for Bayern

Lewandowski clapped the travelling fans after the game

Robert Lewandowski has admitted that he may have played his final game for Bayern Munich.

The 33-year-old started and scored in his side’s 2-2 draw against Wolfsburg on Saturday, taking his tally to 344 goals in 374 appearance for Bayern. Following the game, he revealed that he had told the German champions he will not be signing a new deal, opening up the possibility that he departs the Allianz Arena this summer.

‘I can confirm that I spoke with Hasan (Salihamidžić) and informed him that my decision had been made and I would not be extending my contract with FC Bayern,’ Lewandowski told reporters. ‘It’s very possible that this was my last game for Bayern. I cannot say that at 100%, but it may have been [my last game].

‘We want to find the best solution for me and for the club’.

Lewandowski waved to the travelling fans after the draw at Wolfsburg, seemingly offering a further sign that his time at Bayern has come to an end.



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