Spanish newspapers are talking about Lewandowski’s insistence on moving to Barcelona
The Spanish newspapers highlighted what Lewandowski, the Bayern Munich star, presented in the German League after talking about his desire not to renew the Bavarian, and the newspaper Sport titled in its cover today, “Bayern agrees to negotiate the transfer of Lewandowski to Barcelona.”
And the German newspaper “Sport Bild” highlighted that “the scoring machine Robert Lewandowski will leave the club no later than the summer of 2023,” adding, “In recent weeks, the best player in the world in the FIFA Awards 2021 announced to his officials in Bayern Munich that he will not extend his contract, which extends for one year.” .
She said the German club was ready to sell the striker for around 40 million euros, the player’s pressure was crucial to have his exit ban lifted.
Lewandowski was born in Warsaw and raised in Leszno, West Warsaw Province and took his first steps in football as an unregistered player for the local club, FC Partizant Leszno.
Lewandowski grew up as a top scorer. In 2006–07, he was the top scorer in the Polish third division with 15 goals, and in the following season he was the top scorer in the Polish second division with 21 goals.
Lewandowski in Dortmund
Lewandowski moved in 2008 to the Polish Premier League club Lech Poznan for an amount of 1.5 million zlotys, and in 2010 he joined the German club Borussia Dortmund and Lewandowski finished the 2013-14 season as the top scorer in the German League with 20 goals.
Lewandowski at Bayern
In November 2013, Lewandowski confirmed that he would sign a contract with Bayern Munich, rival Borussia Dortmund, which officially happened on January 3, 2014.