KEY POINTS

  • Robert Lewandowski may listen to offer this summer transfer window
  • Lewandowski admits feeling helpless when Bayern Munich fell to PSG in the Champions League
  • The Polish strikes assures commitment to play for Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandoski of Bayern Munich knows he has options this summer transfer window, but he is not fretting.

He is keeping an open mind, but it may take much to convince the Polish footballer to consider a move out of Allianz Arena.

For now, the only thing certain is the 32-year-old is happy in Germany. He reportedly has no plans to push for a transfer, meaning teams interested in him would need to pitch a tempting offer to snag him from Der FCB.

“I remain open-minded. I feel very good at Bayern, the city is superb, it's a great club,” Lewandowski stated via Canal+. “I am always curious to learn a new language, a new culture. But whether it will be in football or after my career, even I don't know.”

Bayern Munich failed to retain the UEFA Champions League title following a quarter-final loss to Paris Saint-Germain.

Lewandowski watched helplessly from the sidelines due to a knee injury, forcing him to miss both legs, Goal reported.

Admittedly, Lewandowski felt that he could have helped the cause and potentially advanced to the next round.

“You feel such helplessness, such weakness, the inability to help your teammates win the game. This helplessness bothers me,” the striker stated. “Personally, it was difficult to accept this loss. We could have beaten them easily and moved on to the next round.”

Robert Lewandowski can play for Poland against England at Wembley after Bayern Munich performed a U-turn and allowed their striker to travel Robert Lewandowski can play for Poland against England at Wembley after Bayern Munich performed a U-turn and allowed their striker to travel Photo: AFP / JANEK SKARZYNSKI

As far as potentially breaking the record set by Gerd Muller, Lewandowski is hardly concerned about it.

Lewandowski revealed that he is not obsessed with records and prefers to take on challenges that push him to do better.

He entered the Bundesliga history books when he scored 41 goals to break Muller’s record set in 1971-72.

“I am not obsessed with records. When I take on new challenges, I try to do what no one has ever done because it pushes me to move forward,” he stated.