Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich but the Bundesliga champions will not sell the prolific striker in the current transfer window, manager Niko Kovac has said.
Poland international Lewandowski has been Bayern’s top goalscorer in three of the last four seasons since joining the club in 2014.
He has also reached the 40-goal mark in each of the last three campaigns.
His exploits have helped the club extend their domestic dominance, winning four German league titles in as many years.
Bayern Munich’s new manager Kovac believes that the transfer situation wont hinder Lewandowski’s performance in the upcoming campaign.
Bayern start their league campaign against Hoffenheim on Aug. 24.
Lewandowski’s contract at Bayern runs until 2021.