Leon Goretzka urges Bayern Munich and Robert Lewandowski to find a peaceful solution to their transfer dispute.
Lewandowski on the other hand has stated that his time with the German champions has come to an end. As a matter of fact, he desperately wants to part ways with the club this summer.
Bayern president Herbert Hainer vowed that he would not let go and that he would hold to his contract until 2023.
“I think overall it was an unbelievable success story for both FC Bayern and ‘Lewy’,”
stated Goretzka in a press conference during his time with the German National team.
“And just to pay tribute to that story, I would be happy if both sides took the emotion out of it and tried to find a good solution for everyone involved.”
Leon Goretzka to change Lewandowski’s mind?
As things stand, the German midfielder doesn’t seem to be in such a position to convince Lewandowski to stay at Bayern because of his statements on the club and his position.
“Something has died in me and I want to leave Bayern. I won’t consider any other offer than Barca”
The Bavarian forward stated.
Getting used to the Bundesliga would definitely mean he is willing for a new challenge. On Monday, only hours after Lewandowski said his Bayern career was done, club CEO Oliver Kahn expressed his disappointment. ‘Such public declarations do not lead to anything.‘
Will Lewandowski leave for Barcelona this Summer?
Lewandowski holds every trophy available since joining Munich, including eight Bundesliga titles for a total of ten. He received two of them while playing for Dortmund. This clearly shows that he won’t grow as a professional football player if he continues to stay in Germany.
In conclusion, Barcelona is rumored to pay 32 million euros for a three-year contract for Lewandowski. Moreover, the Pole clearly stated that he’ll only be willing to make Camp Nou his next home. Football fans around the globe can conclude that Robert Lewandowski has almost joined Barcelona & it’s just a matter of time.
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