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A giant of the Bundesliga gave indications of his future, and could emigrate to LaLiga

By Alexis Almosnino

A giant of the Bundesliga gave indications of his future, and could emigrate to LaLiga

Anna, Roberto Lewandowski's wife, left even more in the air the future of the still Bayern Munich striker, who according to the Spanish press, wants to leave Germany this season.

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Although the player himself revealed years ago that he was able to sign for Real Madrid in 2013, just after the final he reached with Borussia Dortmund, today times are different in Valdebebas. The priority of the transfer market for Florentino Pérez is Kylian Mbappé. However, the possibility of Robert Lewandowski leaving Bayern Munich has put him back in the orbit of the 'whites'.

It has been Anna Lewandowska, Lewandowski's wife who has been in charge of feeding the rumors about a possible signing of 'The Best' by Real Madrid: “Maybe Robert will play one day in Spain. At Real Madrid? I don't know, maybe. We like that League, ”he said into the microphones of‘ La Sexta ’.

Some statements that have gone around the world and that surely have not sat at all well in the Allianz Arena. The Bavarian club refuses to part with him, but the footballer would be pressing to leave. He considers that he has already won everything at the Allianz and that he can sign the last great contract of his career with another team.

To get the signing of the former Borussia Dortmund striker, who has a contract with Bayern until 2023, Madrid would pay a little more than 50 million euros. The money that will no longer be spent on the PSG striker would be used to amortize the Polish pass.

These rumors arise after just a few days ago, just before the start of Euro 2021, the newspaper ‘As’ revealed that the European attacker wants a change of scenery for next season for one last great challenge in his sports career. The aforementioned source points out that after years of breaking nets in the Bundesliga, seven seasons at Bayern Munich and another four at Borussia Dortmund, Lewandowski is looking for new challenges for the final stretch of his career. He has already turned 32 years old and he doesn't have much time left performing at the highest level.


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