Robert Lewandowski He said on Monday that his time with Bayern Munich was over, without elaborating on his future plans, amid reports that Barcelona had offered him. The Polish star striker told reporters in Warsaw: “Today, it is certain that my story with Byron has come to an end.” Can’t even imagine
“The transfer would be the best solution. I’m sure Byron won’t stop me, just because he can.”
With one year left on Lewandowski’s contract, Barcelona have reportedly offered 32 million euros ($ 34.5 million) to sign him.
In an interview with Polish broadcaster Eleven Sports PL, Lewandowski released a teaser about how he would enjoy living in Spain.
“I think it’s a really nice place – not just for the holidays,” he said, adding that he has a home in Mallorca.
Byron CEO Oliver Khan and Sports Director Hassan Salehmidzak have both publicly stated that the club will not allow Lewandowski to leave before 2023.
Earlier this month, Lewandowski’s agent, Penny Zhaovi, warned Byron against insisting on a deal.
“Of course they can. Robert For another year, he has a fair contract until 2023, but I will not recommend it to him, “Zhaovi told the German daily Bild.
He added that Lewandowski’s problem was not with the extra money.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“FC Byron has lost this man, not Lewandowski.”
Zahawi said he hoped Bayern’s senior figures would “think about it again” and give Lewandowski the opportunity to “fulfill a lifelong dream and go to the club (Barcelona) that he has always wanted.” Dreams. “
Lewandowski, winner of the FIFA World Player of the Year award, has won every title available since joining Bayern in 2014, including eight Bundesliga trophies for a total of 10 who have won two with former club Dortmund. Are
He also won the Champions League with Bayern in 2020.
Lewandowski was the top scorer in the Bundesliga last season for the fifth year in a row after scoring 35 goals in Germany’s top flight.
On Monday, Byron also confirmed that he was out of the French midfielder. Corinthians Toliso The agreement in Munich has expired after five years.
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