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Robert Lewandowski apparently offered at Real Madrid



Robert Lewandowski apparently offered at Real Madrid

Real Madrid could apparently get into poker for Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski. This is reported by the Spanish radio station Cadena Ser.

According to the report, the Pole’s advisory side, led by Pini Zahavi, has offered the striker to Los Blancos.

After the Champions League final, which the Madrilenians will play against Liverpool next Saturday, Real President Florentino Perez and coach Carlo Ancelotti want to get together to discuss the striker situation. After the transfer of Kylian Mbappe failed, Madrid is currently looking for reinforcements for the offensive department.

In addition, FC Barcelona should also be in the running. The Pole, who is willing to emigrate, is said to have found out about the club and head coach Xavi from ex-Bayern midfielder Thiago. Thiago played for the Catalans between 2006 and 2013 and still knows Xavi from their time together as a player.

The Catalans would like to sign Lewandowski in the summer, and the striker is also toying with a change. “FC Bayern is history for Robert Lewandowski! Robert would like to leave FC Bayern after eight years together in which he gave the club everything,” said his advisor Pini Zahavi to the sports picture.

Pini Zahavi: “Certainly don’t turn his head”

Meanwhile, Zahavi rejected the allegations made by those responsible for Bayern. “Just like David Alaba, Robert is a grown man who knows exactly what he wants. I certainly don’t turn his head or try to influence him, I never do that,” said the 78-year-old in an interview with the sports picture.

His only “maxim” is “solely the interests of the players” that he represents. “That’s how I’ve been doing it for 40 years in this business, where I’ve been involved in the biggest deals in the world.”

Zahavi had previously been attacked by Bayern’s sports director Hasan Salihamidzic. He “turned his head on Lewandowski. It’s just not clean,” Salihamidzic scolded last Sunday Sport 1 double pass.