As usual, Uli Hoeneß is clearly involved in the transfer debate about Robert Lewandowski. And the honorary president of FC Bayern promises top transfers.
Munich – Robert Lewandowski urges a move to FC Barcelona. And except for the free transfer from Noussair Mazraoui Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic at the FC Bayern Munich not yet present a new addition. At the beginning of June there was a confusion of transfers German Bundesliga record championsas negotiations drag on over a possible signing of Liverpool star Sadio Mané.
FC Bayern Munich: Uli Hoeneß indicates top transfers
Not for the first time in the past few months has now FCB Honorary President Uli Hoeneß involved in the affairs of his club. So the 70-year-old spoke on the edge of the farewell game by commentator legend Werner Hansch at Sport1 a word of power in the Cause of Robert Lewandowski. And the club patron announced top transfers at the Säbener Strasse in Munich on. Which, the former player, manager and president of Bayern did not explain in more detail.
I would definitely advocate (…) that he stays for another year.
“I think the new team is being worked on very intensively, and if everything comes what they presented to me this week, then I see a good chance that we will have an attractive team next year – with Robert Lewandowski‘” Hoeness explained.
The member of the supervisory board of the professional society went even further into the negotiations with the side of the Polish super striker, who still has a contract in the Isar metropolis until summer 2023. But according to his own statements, he wants to leave the club in the coming weeks. If he has to stay, he would be free after the 2022/23 season.
FC Bayern Munich: Uli Hoeneß comments on Robert Lewandowski
“It hasn’t gone quite the way he and especially his special agent (Pini Zahavi, d. editor) want that, and then you get angry. I would recommend everyone involved to remain objective, not to let things escalate, and then the sun will soon shine again over the house of Lewandowski/Bayern Munich,” said Hoeneß at Sport1 and told of the Bundesliga scorer: “It’s nothing happened. He’s the way he’s always been and makes sure he gets his interests met.”
Robert Lewandowski: Uli Hoeneß advises FC Bayern not to pay a fee if necessary
Hoeneß advises FC Bayern not to pay the 33-year-old striker if necessary. “I’ve always said: If you don’t have an alternative that you think can replace him to some extent – it looks like it’s difficult at the moment – then I would definitely advocate it, like everyone else others in the club that he will stay for another year,” said the 1974 soccer world champion: “And then you have to see whether he will go on a free transfer next year or maybe even be extended again. Nobody knows that.” (pm)