They added that clubs who try to negotiate with Lewandowski "risk punishment from FIFA".
Lewandowski recently admitted to feeling disappointed with his team-mates for not supporting him in his attempts to become top goalscorer in the Bundesliga, leading to speculation he could be on his way out of the Allianz Arena.
Bayern meanwhile will have a vacancy should Lewandowski leave, but have never shelled out more than £35m for a player in their history, an amount the Bavarians just dropped on midfielder Corentin Tolisso this summer.
Fans of Chelsea and Manchester United were given some hope though, as can be seen on the Tweet below, perhaps the Polish striker will head to the Premier League next summer?
The Polish global is the sort of player whose goals can fire a team to a title.
That's according to The Sun'sDuncan Wright, who reported Bayern's wage offer of £350,000 per week would make Sanchez their new highest-paid player, beating Lewandowski's current wages of roughly £300,000 per week. "Maybe because I was not completely satisfied with the way my team helped me".
United and Chelsea were believed to have turned their attentions to Lewandowski after moves for Alvaro Morata and Romelu Lukaku seemingly stalled, but the 28-year-old will now stay with his current employers after this latest development.
"Robert told me that he got no support and that the coach gave no call to help him in the last game to win the top-scorer title", Maik Barthel told German magazine Kicker.
The Sun says that consequently the Blues "will now consider battling Real Madrid for his signature" as Conte searches for the striker to replace Diego Costa.
But the Londoners will not sanction departures until they bring in new players.
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