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Bayern nightmare comes true: Robert Lewandowski apparently wants to change

2021-08-22T12:07:26.901Z

Robert Lewandowski is the best striker in the world. Apparently you have to look for a successor at Bayern Munich. The Pole probably wants to leave.



Robert Lewandowski is the best striker in the world.

Apparently you have to look for a successor at Bayern Munich.

The Pole probably wants to leave.

Munich - Will the scenario actually come about that Bayern bosses and fans have feared for years?

Apparently, super striker Robert Lewandowski * has made a decision about his future: As

Sky Sports

reports, he wants to leave Munich by 2023 at the latest.

Lewandowski's contract expires in summer 2023.

So, in the autumn of his career at the age of 34, he could dare to try another adventure again.

The center forward has recently been linked to Real Madrid again and again.

His old colleague from times together in Munich now also plays there: David Alaba.

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According to the British pay-TV broadcaster Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern * “only by mutual agreement”.

So if the bosses don't give the green light, he won't push for a change.

As

Sky Sports

further reports, the Reds have set a pain threshold: If a club wanted to buy Lewandowski from their contract before 2023, 120 million euros would apparently be due.

According to reports, there should be no last-minute change in the current transfer window.

The fact that a well-deserved player would like to leave FC Bayern * in order to look for a new challenge elsewhere is now an almost familiar scenario on Säbener Straße *.

Thiago said goodbye to Liverpool in summer 2020, Alaba joined Real Madrid a few weeks ago.

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Both of them have celebrated several titles with FCB and after the triple year they finally got promoted to the football Olympics.

Both wanted to prove once again at their late twenties that they could win titles with other clubs.

Perhaps this is also Lewandowski's train of thought.

After all, he has won everything there is to win with Bayern - and he even managed to break the all-time record of the recently deceased Gerd Müller.

If Lewandowski leaves Munich, there is probably only one worthy successor in the Bundesliga from the perspective of FC Bayern: Erling Haaland *.

Flirting with the Norwegian should also be one of the reasons why the Poles are drawn away from Säbener Straße *.

(akl) * tz.de and fr.de are offered by IPPEN.MEDIA

Source: merkur

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