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Robert Lewandowski confirmed, on Saturday, that he wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer amid reports that Barcelona are ready to give the 33-year-old star striker a three-year contract.

Lewandowke scored his 35th league goal of the season in a 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg at the last weekend of the Bundesliga season, then dropped a bombshell.

“It could be my last game for Bayern Munich. I can’t say 100 per cent, but it could be. We have to find the best solution for me and the club,” he told Viaplay.

Lewandowski confirmed to Sky that he had told Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic that he would not extend his contract, which will expire in 2023 and “when an offer comes, we have to think about it”.

“I have a year left, but we have to find the best solution for both sides,” added the Polish striker.

The consecutive winner of the FIFA Male Player of the Year award has won all the titles available since joining Bayern in 2014, including eight Bundesliga titles for a total of ten titles after winning two titles with the former club Dortmund. It also lifted the Champions League title in 2020.

At Wolfsburg, Lewandowski scored a powerful header from Thomas Muller after defender Josip Stanisic gave Bayern an early lead.

Wolfsburg regained its way to score the Danish striker Jonas Wind, then the veteran striker Max Kroese equalized for the hosts.

Elswehr, Erling Haaland made his last appearance for second-placed Borussia Dortmund in a 2-1 home win over Hertha Berlin.

The Norwegian star is preparing to complete his long-awaited move to Manchester City for next season.

Haaland equalized with a penalty kick in the second half to cancel out Isaac Belvodel’s early goal for Hertha on Signal Iduna Park.

Dortmund striker Yusuf Mukoko, 17, came off the bench and grabbed the winning goal, just seconds after replacing Axel Witsel.

Haaland praised his fans after the final whistle, while Dortmund said goodbye to sporting director Michael Zorc.

The defeat propelled Hertha to 16th place, which means a two-game playoff for relegation against the third-placed team in the second division, currently Hamburg.

“The boys are completely exhausted and exhausted,” Hertha Sports Director Fredi Bobic said.

“Now they must have faith in bringing it together in these two matches.”

Endo saves Stuttgart

There were exciting scenes in Stuttgart as Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo scored the winning goal in stoppage time to secure a 2-1 win over Cologne.

The victory saw Stuttgart’s path to 15th place and ensured his survival next season.

Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajic compensated for a penalty that he saved in the first half with a header into the resulting corner after 26 seconds.

Cologne equalized when veteran French striker Anthony Modeste scored his 20th goal this season until Endo scored the goal.

Stuttgart fans stormed the field at the final whistle to start the celebrations.

“It feels good, but my head hurts from all the shouting and celebration,” said coach Pellegrino Matarazzo.

“It was an amazing moment. I am so happy for the boys. You will never forget a moment like today.”

Cologne occupies seventh place in qualifying for the European League.

Union Berlin will play in the European League next season after finishing fifth after Nigerian striker Taiwo Ouni scored two goals to win 3-2.

Ittihad went 2-0 up as Grisha Brommel gave the hosts an early lead before Oni awarded a penalty.

Bochum bounced back when Simon Zoller scored, then Eduard Lewin equalized before Ouni scored a late goal.

Freiburg finished sixth and earned the Europa League ticket despite losing 2-1 to Bayer Leverkusen, with Argentine defender Exquiel Palacios scoring the winning goal after seven minutes of stoppage time.

Armenia Bielefeld joined Grether Fuerth in relegation from the first division in Germany, despite a 1-1 draw with RB Leipzig, who finished fourth and qualified for the Champions League.

German midfielder Jonas Hoffmann scored two goals to lead Borussia Moenchengladbach to a 5-1 victory over Hoffenheim.

Brazil defender Toto and Colombian striker Rafael Borre scored as Eintracht Frankfurt prepared for Wednesday’s Europa League final against Rangers, with a 2-2 draw at Mainz.

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