However, Kovac told Sky Sports Germany: “There’s nothing new with Robert, it’s clear that he will not leave this club because we have a top striker and we certainly do not want to give him away.
“We want to achieve a lot with him. He is a great footballer, who has achieved a lot in the Bundesliga, scored many goals – and now in the new season certainly will score many goals.”
Lewandowski has a contract with Bayern until 2021 and Kovac added: “It’s right that Robert considers going elsewhere but he has a contract here…he will fulfil as long as possible.”
The Pole has netted more than 100 times for the Bavarian club in all competitions since joining from Dortmund in 2014 and Kovac added: “Robert stands for success and for goals – and he will prove that in the future.”
A young Manchester City came back from 0-2 down to defeat Bayern Munich 3-2 in the International Champions Cup at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday – and Arjen Robben for one was not happy about it.
For the young Cityzens it left their fans with a positive view of the future as Pep Guardiola explained at the press conference afterwards.
Hear what the veteran Bayern wide-man and the City boss had to say below.
While Javi Martinez and Joshua Zirkzee got on the scoresheet for Niko Kovac’s side, the highlight was – a stunning Renato Sanches free-kick that ended up in the back of the net.
And if you still haven’t seen it yet, you can watch below how the 20-year old youngster blasted the ball into the PSG net.