Bayern do not let Lewandowski go!

Bayern do not let Lewandowski go!

Bayern and the Poland national team leader Robert Lewandowski really wants to leave Munich and move to Barcelona. But the management of the German champions does everything possible to convince the forward to stay.

The first rumors about the transition of Lewandowski to Barcelona appeared in the spring. And not out of the blue, because the Pole's contract with Bavaria ends in 2023, and he is not going to renew it. Apparently because after eight years in Munich, the striker feels the strength to try himself in the new championship. Robert's agent is of the same opinion, who is doing everything possible so that the 33-year-old scorer changes the situation.

Bayern aren’t satisfied with they way things are, since they are not going to lose the second scorer in the history of the club. Munich are accustomed to dominating the Bundesliga, and without Robert, it will be much more difficult to take the league title. Therefore, the sports director of the Bavarians, Hasan Salihamidzic, personally met with Lewandowski and his agent. He insisted that the working contract must be fulfilled to the end. While the Pole still wants to change the club.

The trouble is that today Barcelona are going through a financial crisis and, with all their desire, cannot shell out a large amount of money for Lewandowski. The current offer of the Catalans is 32 million euros, while Bayern want 50. Plus, Robert's salary will drop significantly compared to Munich.

Lewandowski has been playing at Bayern since 2014. During this time, he played 375 matches in a Munich club shirt and scored 334 goals. Only Messi and Ronaldo can boast of similar statistics over the past decade. In 2020 and 2021, Robert was close to the Ballon d’Or, but first the ceremony was canceled due to the coronavirus, and then Lionel Messi took the individual prize.

As for us, it is better for Lewandowski to settle the conflict with the Munich club and honestly complete his contract. He has already entered the list of legends at Bayern, and such an ugly departure could cross out an incredibly productive eight years in Munich. Moreover, now Barcelona looks much weaker than the main German hegemon.