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Transfers FC Barcelona | Uli Hoeness adds fuel to the fire in the ‘Lewandowski case’

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“I would recommend everyone involved to be objective and not let the situation escalate,” said Bayern’s honorary president.

“Next year we will have an attractive team and with Lewandowski”, he added.

Since the club season ended, Robert Lewandowski has put a lot of pressure to leave Bayern Munich this summer. The Polish striker wants to sign for FC Barcelona and has not been able to make it more clear publicly. In the Allianz Arena, obviously, the movements of ‘Lewy’ have not liked anything. Several representatives of the Bavarian club have expressed in recent weeks their dissatisfaction with the attitude of the scorer and that of his agent, Pini Zahavi. The atmosphere in German lands has been tense.

The last figure in the Bayern environment to add fuel to the fire has been Uli Hoeness. In statements to ‘Sport1’ after the farewell ceremony for the veteran German football commentator Werner Hansch, the honorary president of the Munich entity was optimistic about the possibility of having Robert Lewandowski for next season: “He is working intensively on the new team. If everything that was presented to me last week comes out, next year we will have an attractive team and with Lewandowski”.

“Things haven’t gone exactly the way he and his agent wanted. That’s why they got angry. I would advise everyone involved to be objective and not let the situation escalate.. The sun will shine again on the house of Lewandowski and Bayern. It’s always been like this”, added Hoeness, who has recommended to the Bavarian club’s sports management that the Polish ‘killer’ stay for one more year and not make significant investments this summer to try to replace him.

“If you don’t have an alternative that you think can replace him to some degree, which seems difficult at the moment, I would recommend keeping him for another year. Then we’ll see if it goes free or renews“, It’s over.

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