England | Barcelona has competition for Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski, jugador del Bayern de Múnich, durante un partido.

Robert Lewandowski still has a contract until 2023, but he has already made the decision to leave Bayern Munich after 8 seasons. However, the fate of the Pole is still unclear. FC Barcelona wants to get the services of the 33-year-old striker, and Robert Lewandowski wants to play next year at the Camp Nou, but “if negotiations continue to be difficult, Chelsea could be in the running”. So says the British newspaper Guardian. The option that the Pole ends up joining the English team is difficult, but not impossible. Thomas Tuchel “loves” the forward of the Munich team and, with Real Madrid out of the race for ‘Lewy’ and focused on the incorporation of Kylian Mbappé, lyou Blues they would be running as ‘option B’ in case Joan Laporta is not able to balance the accounts of the culé team.

Photo by Lewandowski

But first, Chelsea will have to make a decision with Romelu Lukaku. The return of the Belgian striker to Stamford Bridge after his successful spell at Inter Milan has not been as expected –15 goals in 43 games, starting in only 28– and, in case of launching for Robert Lewandowski, the Blues would have to find a way out for the 29-year-old footballer, who “does not seem to fit into the Chelsea system”. However, as The Guardian points out, “his agent, Federico Pastorello, last week ruled out suggestions that the Belgian would join Inter or Milan.” This wouldn’t be the first time the Blues have put Robert Lewandowski’s name on their target list, and that’s because the current Chelsea coach, “a great admirer” of the Pole, already wanted to incorporate him last year: “Lewandowski was considered off limits last year and Chelsea ended up buying Romelu Lukaku.”

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