As the club football season across Europe’s top five leagues officially came to a conclusion last week, all attention is set to shift to the upcoming summer transfer window. Among the storylines to follow centers on the ongoing contract extension saga between Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich.

Speaking to Eleven Sports Poland at the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix, Lewandowski once again touched on his future with the reigning Bundesliga champions, where he hinted that he may have already played in his final fixture for the club.

“My future depends on several factors, I think my situation is clear and it makes no sense to talk about it,” Lewandowski said. “It is difficult to say I will play for Bayern next season.”

Lewandowski and his agent, Pini Zahavi, have been quite vocal on this matter over the past couple of months. The Polish forward confirmed after Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga season finale against VfL Wolfsburg that he does not aim to sign an extension deal with the side, which all comes as he currently has a mere one more season on his contract. Zahavi later added that “For Robert Lewandowski, FC Bayern is history.”

Barcelona has been the club most linked with the reigning European Golden Boot winner. Barca manager Xavi noted ahead of his side’s La Liga home fixture against Villarreal that the veteran forward is an “option” for the club heading into the summer window.

Lewandowski finished the recent campaign with a combined 50 goals scored in all competitions, including 35 goals in Bundesliga play.