Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has been angling for a move away from the club as he yearns to move on with his career and start fresh at Barcelona. While Bayern is determined to keep their Golden Boot winner, Lewandowski has made clear he feels his time in the Bundesliga is up. Via Fabrizio Romano, Lewandowski dropped some heartbreaking and emotional comments about his feelings on the ongoing transfer saga.

“I only want to leave Bayern Munich. Loyalty and respect are more important than work. The best way is to find a solution together,” Lewandowski said via Onet Sport. “Something has died in me, I want to leave Bayern for more emotions in my life.”

That's certainly an eye-opening quote from Lewandowski, who sounds nothing short of miserable over the potential of returning to Bayern Munich for another season. It's clear the Polish international has his heart set on Barcelona, and his latest comments, depressing as they may be, will further force Bayern's hands, despite their hopes of keeping the 33-year-old.

Barca will need to sell some players in order to raise funds for a Lewandowski transfer, though they won't face much difficulty in their pursuit of the star striker, who has stated his desire to join the club, and no other.

Last season across all competitions, Lewandowski made 46 appearances for Bayern Munich, scoring a staggering 50 goals. He registered 35 goals and 3 assists across 34 matches in the Bundesliga, alongside 13 goals in 10 games in the Champions League. He's been a key cog in Bayern's dominance in Germany over the past decade, but that looks set to end following Lewandowski's latest comments amid the Barca transfer saga. It seems only a matter of time before he gets his wish and joins the Catalan giants this summer.