A year after his contract expires, Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich this summer, as announced by The Indian Paper. Asked about the possibility of Onje Mondial attracting his Polish compatriot to OM, Arkadiusz Milik replied in a humorous tone that he was going to try to persuade the striker to join him.
For a long time, Olympique de Marseille supporters have been eagerly waiting for the arrival of the “great striker” capable of simultaneously achieving goals. After years of waiting, the arrival of Arkadyuz Milik in early 2021 has fulfilled Fokense’s wish. Being injured for several weeks, the striker could allow his club to attract one of the best scorers in the world. If their words are to be believed…
As announced by The Indian Paper, Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season. During an interview with Onze Mondial, Milik announced with a touch of humor that he wanted to try to convince his teammate to join Marseille with the Polish selection: “It’s going to be complicated. But he has There’s only one year left. Contract, I’ll try to talk to him and ask him if he can come to Marseille. Maybe I’ll be able to do something.”
Even if Pole is out of contract with his club in 2023, he is apparently unlikely to see Lewandowski settling in Marseille. Especially given his salary which is not in line with the rates offered by the French club.
A future at Barca?
Despite being 33 years old, Lewandowski should have no trouble finding an ambitious club like Bayern Munich. Often announced on the shelves of FC Barcelona, the pole could well find Spain in the coming months. Asked about the striker’s chances of being in his ranks, Barca coach Xavi did not close the door: “Now is not the time to talk about it (…) I respect him very much, he is a Great players.”
For his part, the chairman of the Bundesliga leader Oliver Kahn gave his opinion on the file: “I have reiterated many times that we have a contract that runs until 2023 with Robert Lewandowski. We are not crazy and we are about to transfer. I’m not talking about a player who scores more than 40 goals per season,” he said Tuesday in Amazon Prime’s microphone.