The Lewandowski change from FC Bayern Munich to FC Barcelona is topic number 1. Now a confidant of the Pole intervenes and doubts whether the world footballer would even fit into the Catalan system.
Doubts are announced: Andrzej Juskowiak (51) stormed himself in the Bundesliga, Robert Lewandowski trained at Lech Poznan. In an interview with “Sport Bild”, the sponsor of Poland doubted whether he would even get along in the Spanish league. He sees a risk for his ex-protégé in the potential change.
The warning: Juskowiak doubts: “The question is whether he can do as well in the Spanish league as in the Bundesliga. Messi’s move to France for PSG last summer is a chilling example for Lewandowski. In Barcelona the game was tailored to Messi, he had team-mates who played him perfectly, scored a lot of goals. He doesn’t get along so well in Paris and his image suffers.”
Spoiled at Bayern: Juskowiak has doubts: “There is no club in Europe where you, as a center forward, are fed with assists by your teammates as well as at Bayern. Lewandowski constantly gets great crosses and passes from the middle and from both sides. At Bayern he lives in a comfort zone. The danger: At Barça there would be more players in midfield who wanted to score goals themselves and didn’t always look for the center forward.”
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