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Bayern Munich president describes Lewandowski's departure to Barcelona as "ridiculous talk"

Bayern Munich president describes Lewandowski’s departure to Barcelona as “ridiculous talk”

Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn described the talk about his club abandoning Polish striker Robert Lewandowski in favor of Barcelona, ​​saying that his team is not “crazy” for letting a player score between 30 and 40 goals per season.

These statements are considered a resounding shock to Barcelona, ​​after the Catalan media talked for the past two weeks about the completion of the final agreement with Lewandowski to join the team, and newspapers such as “Mundo Deportivo” announced the details of the agreement, and the date of the player’s presentation to the media.

Lewandowski planted his 47th goal this season, Tuesday, during his team’s draw with its Spanish guest, Villarreal, in the Champions League quarter-final second leg, without that being enough to spare the Bavarian giant out of the continental competition after losing the first leg with a goal.

But Lewandowski, who joined from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, will turn 34 in August, his contract expires in 2023.
As Bayern takes its time to extend contracts with other stars, speculation has increased about Leva’s move to Barcelona.
But he was annoyed by these speculations by saying, “It seems that there is competition: who can tell the most ridiculous story about Robert Lewandowski?”

Kan insisted that the local league leader who is close to his tenth title in a row “is not crazy to discuss now the transfer of a player who scores for us between thirty and forty goals each season.” Kahn confirmed that Lewandowski will not move at the end of the current season, “of course we will keep Lewandowski with us for another season.”

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Lewandowski had responded to a similar statement by the director of the Bosnian club, Hasan Salimadjic, last month, by saying, “I’m hearing this for the first time.” It is reported that the top scorer in the league earns 23 million euros (25 million dollars) annually. “He knows what he has in Bayern, and we also know what we have,” Kahn said, adding that extension negotiations were “ongoing.”


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