Flick not happy with the absence of key players

Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick is not happy that his two best players will miss out the next match in Bundesliga. In the previous match against Bayer Leverkusen Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller was given yellow cards restricting them from playing on the next match of the season.

Even though they were behind in the game on the initial stage but they won the match for 4–2. The goals were scored by Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, and Lewandowski. With the goal in this match,Lewandowski has scored 44 goals for Bayern in this season across all competition. Thomas Muller with a couple of assists in the game raised the number to 20 equalling with Kevin De Bruyne's record. Both of them will be missing out the match with Borussia Monchengladbachon the next week.

Niko Kovac hints at Robert Lewandowski stay

Bayern Munich head coach Niko Kovac has said that he is looking forward to looking alongside Robert Lewandowski next season. The Poland international has been heavily tipped for a Bayern Munich exit after recruiting PiniZahavi as his new representative but Kovac does not seem concerned by the ongoing speculation.

In a report covered by The Bild, Kovac revealed that he had a private phone chat with the Pole to discuss his plans for the upcoming campaign, he said: “I was on the phone with Lewandowski and told him my opinion. I’m looking forward to working with him. He’s a world-class striker who has achieved a lot at this club [and] in the future will continue to perform that way.”


Robert Lewandowski is reported to be available for a move to an English Premier League outfit if the price is right.

The Poland international is said to be increasingly unsettled at current German club. He is said to favour a move to Manchester United, if they would meet his weekly wage demands.

The Bayern pointman will line up against familiar faces when Germany take on Poland in the second round of group games at the Euro 2016 tournament ongoing in France.


Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski is reported to be willing to force his move to Spanish giant, Real Madrid. The Poland international is one of the most sought after talent in the world with top clubs begging for his signature.

The former Dortmund star had a phenomenal last season and now has elite European clubs wanting to sign him. Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Real Madrid are at the fore of those desperate to secure his services.