Why did the sharpness of the Polish language decline to such a degree?
Poland’s Robert Lewandowski appears to want to take a step back in his quest to leave Bayern Munich, with the veteran striker sounding more conciliatory in his latest comments on the matter.
“I still have a year on my contract here, so I asked the club to go and move,” Lewandowski told the German newspaper, “Bild.”
Lewandowski added: “I don’t want to force anyone to do something, it’s not like that, but I’m looking for the best solutions, you have to say this calmly, I want to speak calmly and not through the media.
These statements appear to be the least severe of all by Lewandowski, who has come out in recent weeks more than once to say that “the road has become blocked in front of his experience in Bayern Munich” and that “his days are over at the club and he must leave.”
A calm prompted the Pole to end his comments with “Bild” by saying: “I hope one day the fans will understand me.”
It is no secret that Lewandowski is a strong candidate to join Barcelona, but it seems that the declared economic conditions of the Catalan team also made the Polish think again about leaving Bayern Munich.
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