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Lewandowski accuses Bayern of lying
In an interview with US broadcaster ESPN, Al-Hadaf strongly criticized the behavior of the Bayern leaders before the change. The Polish player (132 caps) said this was “a lot of politics”. “The club tried to come up with an argument as to why I was sold to another club because it might have been difficult to explain to the fans. And I had to accept that, even though a lot of nonsense was said about me.”
Barcelona paid a fee of 45 million euros plus five million potential bonuses to Lewandowski, who has a one-year contract at Munich. The change was preceded by many public statements from both sides. Lewandowski did not mention any specific names in his interview.
“In the end, I knew that the fans would still support me during this time,” the scorer said. “But there are people who do not tell me the truth and say the opposite. For me, it has always been important to be clear, to be honest, and perhaps this was the problem of few people.”
So Lewandowski accuses Bayern of lying!
He didn’t want to say exactly what happened. It was not due to rumors about Erling Haaland (22) moving to Bayern Munich. Then the Norwegian moved from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City.
In general, he had a “great time” in Munich, as the world footballer said. “I had a good relationship with my teammates, the coaching staff and the coach, and these are all things I will miss,” the new Barcelona star said.
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