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Looks like Robert Lewandowski is considering a strike

Looks like Robert Lewandowski is considering a strike

Robert Lewandowski appears to be considering a blow to force a move from Bayern Munich to Barcelona. that reports picture. Accordingly, it is out of the question that the 33-year-old Polish striker will make another appearance on Säbener Straße.

As his advisor at the time, Mike Barthel reveals, there was also a strike by Lewandowski in 2013. At the time, a year before his contract with Borussia Dortmund expired, he aimed to move to Bayern Munich, but was only allowed to move for free in Summer 2014. “He already thought he wouldn’t show up for training,” Barthel said. picture. In the end the plan was scrapped.

And this time? “I trust Robert won’t come to training,” Barthel said. In the course of introducing Sadio Mane, CEO Oliver Kahn said: “We look forward to having him with us on the first day of training.” Lewandowski is scheduled to begin training on July 12.

Meanwhile, Honorary Chairman Uli Hoeness is “not at all concerned” about a possible strike by Lewandowski, as he confirmed at the #neuland conference in Aachen. A few days ago, there were rumors from Spain about a possible strike by Lewandowski.

It appears that Bayern Munich has held preliminary talks with Barcelona

On Wednesday, several German media reported that FC Barcelona raised its bid for Lewandowski to a fixed amount of 40 million euros. There will also be bonus payments that can increase the amount to nearly 50 million euros.

distance football tableHowever, those in charge of Bayern Munich do not know anything about this offer. It seems that the general blockade of transport, as recently expressed by the chiefs around Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic, no longer exists. The picture Meanwhile, reports of the first talks with Barcelona.

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The German record champion is said to be demanding up to 60 million euros for his star striker, who is pressing for a change despite his contract until 2023. Barcelona initially wanted to pay 32 million, later 35 million. The club recently improved its very tight financial position by selling TV and marketing rights. Up to 700 million euros should flow into the cash register. annoying picture Barcelona club management is in close contact with Lewandowski.