According to Transfermarkt, Lewandowski is valued at around €90 million and with three years left on his contract, Bayern will be desperate to hold onto the forward.
However, Pini Zahavi, who became Lewandowski's representative in February, has confirmed the striker wants a move away from the Allianz Arena. Bayern officials know it.
"Robert's motivations aren't money or a particular team since practically every top club would like to have the best striker in the world".
Sport Bild reported that Real Madrid's interest has cooled after Lewandowski's failure to score in the Champions League semi-finals against them, but claimed that PSG, Chelsea and Manchester United are interested.
Whether or not we are able to attract Lewandowski to Stamford Bridge or not remains to be seen, but one thing appears certain - he's on his way out of Bayern Munich this summer. "They should understand the situation", he said.
The Bavarian club have refused to make any comment on the future of the player, although Zahavi expects that neither the president of Munich, Uli Hoeness, nor the chairman of the board of directors, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, will block the palyer's departure.
"We know what we have in him and I'm very happy that we still have such a long-term contract", added Rummenigge.