Mercato – Bayern Munich: Uli Hoeness gives his opinion on the case of Robert Lewandowski


The honorary president of Bayern Munich revealed how he would handle the dispute between the Pole and the Bavarian club.

The honorary president of Bayern Munich revealed how he would handle the dispute between the Pole and the Bavarian club.

The arm wrestling between Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich is raging. The Pole wants to leave the German club and has made it known publicly in recent days. The German club through its leaders has also made known that it will not give in to blackmail of its center forward under contract until June 2023. A very complex situation to which many observers of the club, former players and leaders are invited to comment.

No replacement, no departure
In an interview with Sport 1, Uli Hoeness, Bayern’s honorary president, revealed how he would handle the conflict between Robert Lewandowski and the Bavarian club: “I think they are tinkering very intensively with the new team, and if everything they presented to me this week happens, then I see a good chance that we will have an attractive team next year – with Robert Lewandowski.”

Lewandowski: “My story with Bayern Munich is over”

“I’ve always said that if we don’t have an alternative that we think can replace him even a little bit – it seems to be difficult at the moment – then I would in any case plead, like everyone else at the club, for him to stay another year. And then we’ll have to see if he leaves free next year or maybe even if he extends again, nobody knows,” added the former Bayern Munich president.

“Do not let things fester”
“So far, it hasn’t worked out the way he and his agent wanted, and then you get angry. I recommend to all concerned to be objective, not to let things fester, and then the sun will shine again on Lewandowski and Bayern Munich,” concluded Uli Hoeness, far from being panicked in this case.

Bayern Munich: Club president confident of keeping Lewandowski

Despite the desire of Robert Lewandowski to leave Bayern Munich, the leaders of the German club have stated and reaffirmed that they do not intend to let the Pole go this summer, unless the offer of Barcelona or another suitor meets the high requirements set by Bayern Munich. Just yesterday, Herbert Hainer put a layer in the columns of Bild.

“A contract is a contract! Where do we go if a player can terminate a contract prematurely and we as a club should pay him in full until the last day of the period? I was a bit surprised that Robert chose to make the matter public, I wouldn’t have done it in his place (…) We want to have the best players and Robert is one of the best. That’s why I’m convinced he will be with us again next season. Robert is a professional in his own right, he wants to play soccer,” said the Bayern president. Despite his desire, it is difficult to see how Robert Lewandowski will not be in Munich in the new season.

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