The exchange poker around world footballer Robert Lewandowski reaches the next phase. FC Barcelona has apparently actually made an offer to FC Bayern. Meanwhile, sports director Hasan Salihamidzic etches against the Poland’s advisor.
Offer made: A tiresome topic that recently boiled up at Bayern: Did Munich even offer Robert Lewandowski a new contract? Or not, as the goalscorer claims. Hasan Salihamidzic explained this on Sunday in Sport1’s “double pass”: “In the conversation with his agent, we clearly made him an offer. It’s quite clear that he received an offer with a term and a sum.”
Attack on adviser: Salihamidzic attacks the adviser of Poland head-on. Pini Zahavi is said to be the driving force in transfer poker for the 33-year-old striker, who wants to leave Munich in the summer despite a contract that runs until 2023. He was “surprised” by Zahavi’s behavior, said Salihamidzic. “Of course he has an advisor who turns his head. It’s just not clean.”
Offer arrived: The “Bild” newspaper reported on Saturday about a written offer from FC Barcelona for Lewandowski. The Catalans are said to have offered a fee of 32 million euros for the Pole. In the “double pass” Salihamidzic was asked about it directly.
Salihamidzic does not deny: First, Salihamdzic dodged the question and said: “Lewa has a contract until 2023. He will fulfill it.” In response to another question, the 45-year-old said: “We don’t want to discuss that publicly.” In plain language: no denials – which Salihamdzic would have easily slipped his lips if there were no offer.
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