Mercato: Lewandowski’s enigmatic sentence on his future

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After Bayern Munich’s new Bundesliga title on Saturday, Robert Lewandowski was clear about his future at the club. But the residents of Munich do not want to let go of their striker.

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Bayern Munich do not want to let Robert Lewandowski slip. With the Bavarian club under contract until June 2023, the Polish striker would like to find one last challenger, who celebrates his 34th birthday in August. After a tenth straight Bundesliga title this Saturday, thanks to a breakthrough against Borussia Dortmund (3-1), Lewandowski was deferring in any case.

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Munich reject Lewandowski departure

“Nothing is happening at the moment, we’ll see. It’s not that easy for me,” he answered Sky Sports’ microphone, but “something will happen soon”. This short sentence immediately revived speculation that he would leave. The press has been talking for a few days about a possible transfer to Barcelona of ​​about 40 million euros.

This season, Robert Lewandowski has scored 48 goals in 43 games in all competitions. In the wake of the player’s statements, Bayern Munich denied the departure of their star on Sunday. To the question, “Can you rule out Robert Lewandowski’s departure at the end of this season?” Bavarian sporting director Hassan Salihamidzik answered unequivocally: “Yes” during a broadcast on Sky Germany on Sunday.

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“It is clear that now we will discuss what happens next,” Hasan Salihamidzic said. The sports director confirmed that talks have not started yet. “But I found Lewandowski completely at ease, I don’t think the situation is getting dire at all”, he specified, while the club has been reiterating for weeks that there is any question of awarding their top scorer the best FIFA player twice in a row. Not only. 2020 and 2021.

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