The Poland star is reportedly yet to receive a fresh contract offer as his current deal enters its final year

Ex-Bayern Munich great Lothar Matthaus slammed his former club for showing “disrespect” in failing to open contract talks with Robert Lewandowski.

Lewandowski, 33, has become one of the greatest goalscorers in Bayern history since moving from Borussia Dortmund in 2014.

But his current deal expires in 2023 and the Bundesliga giants are reportedly yet to make an offer to their star.

“If you havent contacted Lewandowskis side up to now, I find that disrespectful,” Matthaus fired to Sport Bild.

“That would have been unthinkable under Uli Hoeness or Kalle Rummenigge.

“Bayern can count themselves lucky that Robert Lewandowski has such a great character and is a full professional.He wont let go.

“I am surprised that nothing is progressing.You shouldnt put everything in the drawer and wait and see.”

The Poland international is enjoying another memorable season at the head of Bayerns forward line.

Having smashed 48 goals in 40 appearances last term, he already looks set to surpass that mark with 43 in 36 in 2021-22.

Bayern, meanwhile, are on course for a record 10th consecutive Bundesliga crown, while they have also booked their place in the Champions League last eight after destroying Salzburg 8-2 on aggregate in the previous round.

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