Robert Lewandowski posted a message on his social networks showing him exercising and making an appointment very soon. What revive the rumors about a possible presence for the quarterback between PSG and Bayern.
Robert Lewandowski revived hope among Bayern supporters by posting a message on social media on Thursday. The forward posted a photo performing fitness exercises on his right knee, which suffered a ligament stretch. His club had announced a four-week absence for his star, injured during the last meeting with Poland.
Package for the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League against PSG, the scorer should also be for the return, Tuesday at the Parc des Princes (9 p.m., live on RMC Sport). But by adding a few words to the snapshot posted on Instagram, he cast doubt on the date of a possible quicker-than-expected return: “See you soon,” Lewandowski wrote. After the announcement of his injury, the latter had let it filter that he would do anything to reduce his recovery time and return to competition earlier than expected.
He confirmed his package for the return on Wednesday
On Wednesday, however, he had confirmed that he would not be handed over for the return to Paris on Tuesday. “No, no, it’s too early, he said on Sky Germany. When I feel good, when I’m sure, I’ll be back.”
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Without its striker, author of 35 goals in 25 Bundesliga games and 5 goals in 6 Champions League games this season, Bayern conceded their first defeat in the Champions League in more than two years, Wednesday against PSG (2 -3). The Bavarians have yet obtained an avalanche of opportunities but have paid dearly for Parisian realism.