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“It’s not done”: Barcelona’s response on the relationship with Lewandowski

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Everything has been said about Robert Lewandowski in the last few hours. The striker played the last game of the season for Bayern Munich on Saturday and scored a goal against Wolfsburg. After that, the scorer hinted that this was his final presentation with the ‘Bavarians’ shirt. A piece of news that, without a doubt, they celebrate in Barcelona.

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However, from Catalonia they handle the matter with great caution due to everything that implies making a complex movement. And it is that the Pole has a signed agreement with the Munich until June 2023, despite the fact that he refused to extend the contract and, incidentally, express the desire to leave in search of a new challenge.

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In this context, Mateu Alemany, director of football for Barcelona, ​​offered some statements to the Movistar LaLiga channel in relation to Lewandowski. The representative of the Blaugranas did not mince words and confirmed that, for now, they have nothing advanced with the Polish international, but he admitted that the transfer window will be long.

“No, it’s not done at all”Alemany expressed when asked about Robert. “The market will start and we are not going to talk about a long market”, insisted the member of the directive of the culés. To close, Mateu clarified that “We respect the players with a contract at other clubs”referring to the words that came from Bayern.

Bayern’s position

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“Our position has not changed, Lewandowski has a contract until 2023. That is a fact”clarified the institution’s sports director Hasan Salihamidzic in statements to the Sky Sport network in Germany. “Yes, Lewandowski informed me that he did not want to accept our offer and that he would like to leave the club.”he added.

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Later, Robert responded to the high command of the ‘Bavarians’ with a strong sentence that would hasten his imminent goodbye. “It is very possible that this was my last game with Bayern. I can’t say that 100%, but it may have been. We want to find the best solution for me and for the club.”indicated the ‘9’.

Source: Elcomercio

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