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Robert Lewandowski wants Los Angeles move, says wife Anna Lewandowska

Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski
Image: Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski 'dreams' of playing in Los Angeles, according to his wife Anna Lewandowska

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski "dreams" of ending his career in Los Angeles, according to his wife Anna Lewandowska.

The 29-year-old joined Bayern in 2014 from Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer, with his current deal at the Allianz running out in 2021.

Over the summer the Poland international was critical of Bayern's transfer policy and urged the German champions to compete for the best players in the transfer market.

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Lewandowski's wife has revealed she and her husband are keen to move to Los Angeles at the end of his career as they look to build a brand together.

When asked about her husband's future, Lewandowska said: "I think that we will spend some time in the United States.

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"We dream of Los Angeles, and we would love to develop our brand there.

She added: "We hope that Robert will end his professional career at a Los Angeles-based club. We can already say that this would be our dream.

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"Our goal is to build a strong, honest and stable brand under the name 'The Lewandowskis.' We want to create a third brand, and this time together.

during the Bundesliga match between Bayern Muenchen and SC Freiburg at Allianz Arena on May 20, 2017 in Munich, Germany.
Image: Lewandowski has been critical of Bayern Munich's transfer policy

"We are aware of our strengths and we know we can not only use it for business but also good things like education and social welfare. The time for a Lewandowski brand is now."

LA Galaxy are currently the only MLS side based in Los Angeles, but MLS expansion franchise Los Angeles FC are set to join the league from next season with Bob Bradley named as their manager.

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