According to Stephan Uersfeld of ESPN FC, Cezary Kucharski said to Polish outlet Polstat: "Real have not conducted talks over a transfer, it's just speculation. Rumours around Robert show what a player he is. He's known not only in Poland or Germany, but throughout Europe. Lewandowski is at a team that suits him, and there is no need to change anything."
Further, Kucharski added the centre-forward has begun negotiations with Bayern over a new deal: "Yes, we've started talking. I won't talk about specifics, because it's confidential."
As Bundesliga expert Clark Whitney relayed, AS have reported Lewandowski is hoping for a bumper contract at Bayern, while Kucharski's latest comments contrast to those attributed to him in earlier reports in the Polish media (h/t Uersfeld):
Sign of the times at Bayern: AS report Lewandowski wants €18m/year, agent says "There's something going on with Real Madrid."— Clark Whitney (@Mr_Bundesliga) February 7, 2016
Meanwhile, according to Kai Psotta and Heiko Niedderer for German outlet Bild (h/t Uersfeld), Maik Barthel—the striker's representative in Germany—said: "Robert is happy at Bayern, we are happy too. He's been playing on a world-class level for the past two years, that's why he can look forward to his new contract."
Lewandowski certainly fits the Galactico profile required of a marquee signing at the Santiago Bernabeu, and as FC Bayern US noted ahead of Bayern's 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen, he's in incredible form:
Per Opta Franz, Lewandowski has formed a magnificent partnership with Thomas Muller:
Will Real land Lewandowski?
If he were to go to Real Madrid, Los Blancos would be hoping he could form a similarly effective duo with the likes of Gareth Bale and help the forward line rival Barcelona's trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.
However, the 27-year-old seems content in Munich, where he stands a much better chance of making significant gains to his haul of silverware, so it would hardly be a surprise if he did extend his stay at the Allianz Arena.
Indeed, it's not inconceivable Kucharski's earlier fuelling of speculation was merely a ploy to help negotiate a better deal for his client.
The Spaniard has two goals and two assists from just four Liga starts this season, and as football journalist Rik Sharma demonstrated, he has shown flashes of quality in his brief cameos and has perhaps deserved more playing time than he's been given:
Applause for Jese going off, albeit not a standing ovation. He's had a fine game today.— Rik Sharma (@riksharma_) October 31, 2015
Will Bale finally get what he wants and play on the left? - with Cristiano through the middle and Isco right. Jese unfortunate to miss out— Rik Sharma (@riksharma_) November 8, 2015
The 22-year-old is a promising talent, but a record of 14 goals and 11 assists in 74 appearances for Real isn't indicative of a player who's likely to hit the ground running and score regularly at Anfield—something Liverpool would need him to do with Daniel Sturridge's fitness proving an issue and Christian Benteke struggling to fit in.
If acquired cheaply, he could be useful, but after the likes of Benteke and Mario Balotelli, the Reds can ill afford another expensive flop up front.