The European champions have welcomed Lewandowski back to training following a two-week spell on the sidelines.
Despite not being available for Tuesday’s Champions League trip to Paris Saint-Germain, Robert Lewandowski is back in training.
The Bayern Munich striker has spent the last two weeks recovering from damaged ligaments in his right knee, which he sustained whilst on international duty with the Poland national team.
He trained in Munich on Monday morning and completed some running and ball drills away from the team.
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Bayern, however, quickly assured on the club website that Lewandowski wouldn’t be available to face PSG. The Pole missed the club’s 2-1 first leg defeat in the quarter-finals and the two Bundesliga games against RB Leipzig and Union Berlin.
Lewandowski, who was previously ruled out for around a month, is also a doubt for the visit to Wolfsburg on Saturday.