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Death threats against Robert Lewandowski? Striker without a family in Munich



Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski has returned to Munich without his family.

Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski has returned to Munich without his family. As sports1 reported, the striker has recently received such hostility and even death threats that he has decided to take this step.

A Lewandowski confidant had already reported massive hostilities last week. There is “a lot of hate and threats online,” said Tomek Zawislak, head of Lewandowski’s Polish team for marketing and public relations picture explained.

“Various false reports that were spread to harm him and build up dislike for him are to blame,” Zawislak continued.

The Bayern star’s friend therefore indirectly reproached those responsible for the record champions: “Playing with emotions as a club is part of football, but these days it is necessary to be very careful and not to exceed certain limits.”

Lewandowski’s contract with FC Bayern expires in 2023, but the 33-year-old would like to leave the club for FC Barcelona this summer. Despite several offers from the Catalans, no agreement has been reached so far.

Lewandowski appears for the medical check

On Tuesday morning, Lewandowski appeared dutifully and as agreed for the FCB medical check-up, shortly after nine o’clock the world footballer was chauffeured to the underground car park of the Barmherzige Brüder hospital.

Of course, the mandatory date could already be the beginning of the end of the broken relationship between Lewandowski and the people of Munich. Hard to imagine that the Pole, who returned from vacation by private jet on Monday evening, would still be presented to the public at the team presentation in the Allianz Arena on Saturday afternoon.