Lewa’s departure understandable? Recently, Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski (33) has been repeatedly linked with a move to FC Barcelona. In an interview with Spanish journalist Gerard Romero, his former teammate at Bayern Munich Javi Martinez now explained: He can understand Lewandowski’s idea of change: “He has been in the Bundesliga for 15 years and I can imagine that he is looking for a new adventure.”
Anything for the Golden Ball? Among other things, given that the Spanish League has a more prestigious international status than the German League: “If he had played in the League with the numbers he achieved in the German League, he would certainly have won at least twice the Ballon d’Or.” Possible strong argument for the pole: In last year’s Ballon d’Or election, Lewandowski surprisingly only took second place. Then winner Lionel Messi admitted in his speech that Lewandowski deserved the award more.
Or is it free? However, Martinez also knows: “Bayern doesn’t need the money. If they don’t want to let him go, he won’t go.” On Thursday, Munich coach Kahn and Salihamidzic once again ruled out selling the striker. It’s no stranger – David Alaba was finally handed over to Real Madrid on a free transfer a year ago after long negotiations.
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