elegido el sustituto de Lewandowski







Predictable, but unexpected in the forms has been the announcement of the departure of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich. Yesterday, after the last game of the Bavarian team in the Bundesliga, the Pole said publicly that: ” It is very likely that this was my last game with Bayer”, bombshell. Hours latersports 1one of the German radio stations claimed that There is already a pre-agreement between the striker and the FC. Barcelona for the next three seasonsas published in Don Balon. Hard blow for the German team that at least expected him to fulfill the remaining year of his contract.

It won’t be like that, or so it seems, and Robert Lewandowski will leave the Allianz Arena heading to the Camp Nou with almost all probability and will leave a gap that the directors of the German club are already trying to cover. According to the German newspaper image, the German team would have put their focus of attention on one of FC’s goals. Barcelona for the next transfer market, Sadio Mané.

The Senegalese player, target of FC. BarcelonaDespite having a great year in terms of titles and numbers (he has already won the FA Cup, the League Cup, the Africa Cup, he could also lift the Premier League and Champions League trophies and has 22 goals and 5 assists in 48 games), he has not had an easy year at Liverpool. He hasn’t felt completely comfortable for a long time and His contract, like Salah’s, ends in June 2023 and today the negotiations are paralyzed.

The FC. Barcelona was going to try to sign him this summer, but with Lewandowski’s departure to Barcelona, ​​Naggelsmann’s men will try to return it to the Barça team and will go with everything for the former Southampton player whose agency is the same that the Gnabry, which would facilitate things when it comes to reaching a possible agreement. The truth is that Sadio Mané’s representatives have already held telephone conversations at the beginning of the week with the Bavarian team to lay the foundations for a future agreement. We’ll see what happens.