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    Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski wants to leave with big clubs like Barcelona interested in him

    Robert Lewandowski has been one of the deadliest strikers in the world of football since moving to the Allianz Arena in 2014. He won the Bundesliga 10 times in a row in Bayern and the Champions League in 2021.

    The 33-year-old scored 50 goals in 46 games in all tournaments last season. Last year’s Ballon d’Or runner-up insisted at a recent press conference in a report that he wanted to attend Barcelona.

    Lewandowski’s friend Kumpel Zawislak on this matter

    “One thing is certain today, my story with Bayern is over. After everything that has happened in recent months, I cannot imagine further good cooperation”, said Robert Lewandowski’s childhood friend Kumpel Zawislak.

    “Everyone knows that keeping a player who is mentally not at the club will not bring success, quite the opposite. FC Bayern had to adapt to such a scenario and can certainly find a solution that is sporty and financially good for the club – and also motivates them to play for the club.”

    Barcelona will be unable to sign Robert Lewandowski until they sell players

    It is a well-known fact that Barca is currently in huge debt after years of financial scandals. Manager Xavi Hernandez is desperate to improve his team in the transfer window. However, league president Javier Tebas warned Blaugrana to sign a Polish superstar.

    According to Marca, Tebas claimed: “They (Barcelona) know what they have to do. They know perfectly well our economic control rules and their financial situation. The rules are there to avoid major economic problems. I don’t know if they will sell De Jong, Pedri, or Pepito Perez. They know what they have to do – sell assets and earn more, this is what they have to do.”

    “Barca has had many accumulated losses in the last tax years, some of which could have been avoided and they have to stock the pantry. Just as Madrid has stocked up, Barcelona has emptied it. Today, they cannot sign him (Robert Lewandowski).”

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