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Barca sporting director keeps a low profile on Lewandowski

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Barca sporting director keeps a low profile on Lewandowski

Sports director Mateu Alemany from Robert Lewandowski’s supposed dream goal FC Barcelona is keeping a low profile when it comes to changes. Honorary President Uli Hoeneß does not consider a contract extension with Lewandowski to be out of the question. Here you can find news and rumors about FCB.

Here you will find FCB news and rumors from the previous day.

Lewandowski: Barca sporting director keeps a low profile

Sports director Mateu Alemany of Robert Lewandowski’s supposed dream goal FC Barcelona is keeping a low profile. “Nothing is done yet. We have absolute respect for all players who have a contract with other clubs,” Barca’s sporting director told the TV channel Movistarasked about a possible signing of the 33-year-old striker from Bayern Munich.

But Alemany pushed afterwards: “When the season is over, the market opens, then we hope that we will achieve our goals. Now we prefer not to talk about it. The transfer window will certainly be very long.”

Lewandowski is still tied until 2023, but after the 2-2 draw against VfL Wolfsburg he confirmed his desire to leave FC Bayern this summer. It is “quite possible” that the performance was his last for Munich. Recently there have been rumors that Lewandowski has already reached an oral agreement with Barca. However, those responsible at FC Bayern ruled out the striker’s premature departure.

FCB: Hoeneß does not rule out Lewandowski’s extension

Honorary President Uli Hoeneß from FC Bayern Munich does not consider a contract extension with Robert Lewandowski to be out of the question. “Well, one year, then we’ll see. Maybe next year he will sign again for three. That can happen,” said Hoeneß of the Munich media group Mercury/tz.

“The Robert Lewandowski thing is completely normal in business. One of them says: ‘I want to go.’ The other says: ‘I won’t let you go’. And then the one who wants to leave has to say: ‘I have to accept that,'” said Hoeneß. “If tomorrow breaks his leg, we can’t say: ‘You have to go now because we can’t use you anymore.’ He did a great job here. Bayern paid great money. We’re balanced. It’s simple.”

FC Bayern: Kahn, Hainer and Hoeneß take a stand

Hoeneß had already commented in detail on the most important topics relating to FC Bayern at the championship celebration on Sunday. Here are the votes.

CEO Oliver Kahn and President Herbert Hainer also took a stand. Here are the votes.

The final table of the Bundesliga season 2021/2022

Place team Sp. Gates differential pt.
1. Bayern Munich 34 97:37 60 77
2. Borussia Dortmund 34 85:52 33 69
3. Bayer Leverkusen 34 80:47 33 64
4. RB Leipzig 34 72:37 35 58
5. Union Berlin 34 50:44 6 57
6. Freiburg 34 58:46 12 55
7. Cologne 34 52:49 3 52
8th. Mainz 05 34 50:45 5 46
9. Hoffenheim 34 58:60 -2 46
10 Borussia M’gladbach 34 54:61 -7 45
11. Eintracht Frankfurt 34 45:49 -4 42
12. Wolfsburg 34 43:54 -11 42
13. Bochum 34 38:52 -14 42
14 augsburg 34 39:56 -17 38
15 Stuttgart 34 41:59 -18 33
16 Hertha BSC 34 37:71 -34 33
17 Arminia Bielefeld 34 27:53 -26 28
18 Greuther Fuerth 34 28:82 -54 18

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