Robert Lewandowski says he has no intention of leaving Bayern Munich this summer, but has explained why the thought might have crossed his mind.
Speaking to Bild, he said: “In April, May, almost everyone shot me. I felt no protection from the club. I felt alone. I scored no goals in two or three important games and suddenly everyone was thinking: ‘Free shots at Lewandowski!’
“I did not see anyone who was behind me at the time. Nobody was behind me, neither [Karl-Heinz Rummenigge or Uli Hoeness] defended me.
“I felt I had just spent a season at Bayern and had zero credit from the club. That’s why I thought about a move.
“Now, I’m back at Bayern with my whole heart. I noticed here in Munich how the fans are behind me and I realise that they still want me. I would never go on a strike or mess with the club. I’m not wasting any thoughts about moving away anymore.”