“It’s all up to the player”

Spain’s “Sport” said on the 30th (Korea Standard Time), “Levandowski is one of the next stars that many Saudi Arabian clubs will aim for.” He was already tempted last summer. The current contract signed with Barcelona is only one year away from expiration. It’s all up to Lewandowski, who has worked hard to join Barcelona and is very comfortable.”

Lewandowski, one of the best strikers ever, was a living legend representing Bayern Munich. He played in 375 games and scored 344 goals and 73 assists. Germany’s Bundesliga, DFB Pokal, DFL Super Cup, UEFA Champions League (UCL) and FIFA Club World Cup have all the trophies that can be won in Germany.

However, Munich and Lewandowski’s accompanying trip, which seemed to last forever, ended abruptly. The two sides were not coordinated during the renewal process, and Lewandowski left in search of a new challenge. “Something in me died,” he said at the time. Who wants to stay in Munich when they know what’s happening to me?” he said goodbye to Munich.

The next destination was Barcelona, a famous family in crisis after the financial crisis. Lewandowski said he was not considering any suggestions other than Barcelona, and succeeded in joining the Camp Nou he had dreamed of. Barcelona has significantly strengthened its strength by recruiting Lewandowski, Hafinha, Jules Kounde, Frank Kessier and Andreas Christensen. As a result, he won the Spanish La Liga championship for the first time in four years last season, recovering his pride that was behind Real Madrid to some extent.

Lewandowski revived Barcelona. He’s getting a Saudi love call.Recently, Saudi Arabia has been shaking the soccer world by sweeping superstars. In particular, al-Nasr, al-Ahli, al-Hilal and al-Itihad, supported by the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), showed aggressive investment. Al Nasr has signed Cristiano Ronaldo, Sadio Mane, Marcelo Brozovic and Aymeric Laporte.Al Ahli was joined by Roberto Firmino, Riyad Mahrez, Edouard Mendy and Frank Kessier. Al Hilal drew attention by embracing Kalidou Koulibaly, Huveng Neves, Sergei Milinkovic-Savic, Neymar and Yasin Bunu.

It remains to be seen whether Saudi Arabia will be able to embrace Lewandowski, who has entered the twilight of his career. ‘Sport’ explained that Lewandowski has been feeling very comfortable since joining Barcelona. In the end, he predicted that he would not head to Saudi Arabia.


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