Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski, is continuing to push for a summer exit from the club.
In an interview with Onet Sport, he claimed the Bundesliga club did not listen to him until the end, and “something died inside me”.
Lewandowski is being heavily linked with Barcelona, with tentative interest from Chelsea and Manchester United.
The 33-year-old said: “I just want to leave Bayern. Loyalty and respect are more important than work. The best thing to do is find a solution together. They didn’t want to listen to me until the end. Something died inside me – and it’s impossible to get over that. Even if you want to be professional, you can’t make up for it.
“During so many years at the club I was always ready, available, despite injuries and the pain, I gave my best. I think the best thing to do is to find a good solution for both sides. And not to look for a one-sided decision.
“I’m not looking for a unilateral solution, that makes no sense, not after so much time, after such a successful era and with my will and support.
“What kind of player will want to go to Bayern knowing that something like this could happen to them? Where are the loyalty and respect then? I was always been ready, I spent eight nice years here, I met wonderful people and I would like it to stay that way in my mind.”