In mid-2010, at the age of 22, Robert Lewandowski entered the Bundesliga for 4.5 million euros. He arrived as one of the leading figures in Polish football, where he won three titles with Lech Poznan. In German football he was slow to settle down and precisely at the hands of Jürgen Klopp, who gave him few opportunities in the first season.
By the fourth year he had already scored more than a hundred goals with Borussia Dortmund, had won two Bundesligas (the last two for Dortmund) and had reached a Champions League final against none other than Bayern Munich. For 2014, after signing a pre-contract with the Bavarian club. After almost seven years of relationship, today Lewandowski could move from Germany.
As reported by Sky Sports, there are several clubs that are behind Lewandowski and Pini Zahavi, his representative, would already be negotiating with several of them for a possible transfer in the next transfer market. An exit that could take place within the framework of the departure of David Alaba and Jerome Boateng, two historical ones, but also of Hans-Dieter Flick, his coach.
His contract expires only in mid-2023. However, at 32 years old and one of the constant candidates to win the Golden Boot, he could take the reins of a new challenge. Equally, it is clear that in Bayern Munich nothing is missing.
Since arriving in the 2014-15 season after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Lewandowski has scored 288 goals in 326 games for Bayern Munich. His lowest mark per season has been 25 goals, after that he has not dropped below 40 goals. He won 17 titles in total. Crazy.