Controversial comments about the departure of Poland’s Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich have sparked outrage among players in the German team’s dressing room.
Site Exchange “Atlantic“The player’s colleagues were not happy with what was happening, and the public protests that allowed Lewandowski to leave the Bavarian were not going well among his teammates.
The site points out that Lewandowski’s title is often discussed in “dressing rooms”.
The site cited credible evidence within the team that many public reports were of the opinion that the players would not help anyone and that the issue should be resolved behind closed doors.
The players on the German team want to solve the problem quickly by returning to pre-season training on July 12th.
Lewandowski openly announced the end of his story with the Bavarians last month, while Bayern insisted he should have a player who has scored 50 goals for his club last season and who has been the top scorer in the Bundesliga for the past five seasons, while his captain Herbert Heiner said, “The deal is a deal.”
The striker has a season with the German team.
The last credible voice within Bayern Munich was the club’s general manager Oliver Kahn, who spoke publicly on the issue, who said he expected Lewandowski to start the pre-season with other teams within three weeks.
But Bayern will have to sell him this summer if he wants to earn financial income, otherwise he will be a free player.
Barcelona have agreed a three-year deal for him and the former Borussia Dortmund striker is set to leave the Spanish league.
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