New Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has reacted to exports linking star striker Robert Lewandowski away from the Allianz Arena and the boss is taking none of it. Nagelsmann was appointed as the club's new manager before last season ended after former boss Hansi Flick announced that he would not be continuing his role as the club's manager. Flick revealed after a hugely successful stint with the Bavarians that he was ready to take on a fresh challenge and he has since been named the new head coach of the German national team, with his role to take effect following Joachim Low's Euros 2020 spell.

After overseeing Bayern Munich's first training session, Nagelsmann was asked about the future of Lewandowski and whether there could be a possibility that the prolific striker could be playing for another club next season. The Bundesliga giants manager then replied by saying that he actually does not like it when the future of players are being questioned or talked about, insisting that he was not ready to discuss the topic.

However, some minutes into the interview, Nagelsmann insisted that Lewandowski is on his way to becoming a Bayern Munich legend and he would not be leaving the club anytime soon. There are questions over the long-term future of the Poland international striker at Bayern Munich and rumors have surfaced out of those talks that he could be moving to England this summer, with Manchester City, who are in dire need of a new striker after the exit of Sergio Agüero, said to be keen to sign him.

But according to Nagelsmann, Bayern Munich fans should have their minds settled as Lewandowski will not be going anywhere this summer and will instead stay behind to try and help them win titles next season.

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