FC Bayern München have announced that striker Robert Lewandowski has signed a new deal with the club, keeping him tied to the Bavarian giants until 2021.
The Polish forward, who last season became the first foreign player to score 30 goals in a Bundesliga campaign, has already netted 11 goals in 14 appearances this season.
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Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was delighted with the agreement: "I'm happy we've secured the services of one of the world's best centre-forwards over the long term.
"We now have certainty that another key player will wear the FC Bayern shirt in the coming years."
Deputy chairman Säbener Strasse added: "We had intense, but always respectful and fair discussions, so I'd like to thank Robert Lewandowski's agents for the constructive negotiations."
The 28-year-old Lewandowski was happy to have extended his stay and took to twitter, saying: "This club gives me all i need to make my dreams come true! New challenges ahead of us!"
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