Although not a lot of clubs are expected to try to sign the Poland international striker from the Bundesliga Champions, Bayern Munich CEO, Karl Heinz Rummenigge has insisted that star striker Robert Lewandowski is not for sale no matter the amount any club offers this summer. Rummenigge was speaking in an interview with the club's official website where he was asked about the club's transfer plans and whether there will be ins and outs at the club where he made the bold statement.

He said that everyone at Bayern Munich knows and loves Lewandowski so well and the player also lives the club as well. He added that it is very impossible to sell a player that scores up to 60 goals a season, stressing that there is no way they could ever be tempted to listen to offers for the former Borussia Dortmund hitman.

When asked about the rumors linking Dortmund forward Erling Haaland to Bayern Munich, Rummenigge said he would not talk about players owned by other clubs and that he is only interested in talking about Bayern Munich players.

The CEO was also asked whether the club have any transfer plans in place, in light of the pending departure of defender David Alaba, who already has an agreement in principle to join Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer. He was asked if there are plans to replace the Austrian international star and whether there could be other new faces coming to the club or others leaving the Allianz Arena.

According to Rummenigge, Bayern offered Alaba a fresh contract but the left-back rejected the offer and said he wanted to leave and there was nothing else he could do to stop him. Also, he said as long as players reveal their intention to leave the club, they will be sold if they receive the right offers for them.

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