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Bayern Munich plans to extend Lewandowski and Goretzka contracts for long periods

German press reports revealed that the Bayern Munich administration is seeking to extend the contracts of the two stars of the Polish striker Robert Lewandowski and midfielder Leon Goretzka for a long time, especially since they are among the main elements in Nagelsmann's team.

And the German newspaper “Bild” reported that Bayern Munich officials want to keep the duo Robert Lewandowski and Leon Goretzka for a long time, by signing long-term contracts, in order to resolve their future with the club.

The newspaper added that contract talks with Leon Goretzka are pending, and if an agreement is not reached, the player wants to complete the 21/22 season in Bayern and then leave on a free transfer next summer.

Lewandowski was linked with joining more than one club this summer, such as Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain.

Nagelsmann, the new coach of Bayern Munich, had spoken about Lewandowski's future, saying: "Lewandowski feels at home in Munich and Bayern Munich is happy. expected to leave.

Real Madrid is watching Goretzka's position well because they are interested in contracting him in the event that he does not renew with Bayern Munich, in the same way that David Alaba was contracted for free after the expiration of his contract with the Bavarian team.