Madrid-Lewandowski: an option at a bad time

According to 'Sky Sports', the Polish striker wants to leave Bayern. He has been linked to Madrid, however, the white club does not contemplate his signing, since his only priority is Mbappé.

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Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich. As AS announced, Sky Sports affirms that the Polish striker wants to leave the Allianz Arena. The attacker has a contract with the Bavarian club until 2023, but at 32 he wants to experience a new adventure. Bayern will not let the current Golden Boot leave for less than 115 million euros. His name has been linked to various clubs, including Real Madrid. However, the white club does not contemplate his signing, since his only priority is Kylian Mbappé.

Lewandowski is one of today's fittest strikers. Last season he scored 48 goals in 40 games and this season has started very fine in front of goal. In the final of the German Super Cup against Borussia Dortmund (3-1) he scored a double and won his 18th title as a Bavarian player. The Pole, who turns 33 this Saturday, is happy at the German club, but wants to face a new challenge before he is 35. Of course, he does not want to close his stage at the Allianz Arena in bad ways with the club with which he He has won everything since arriving from Borussia Dortmund in the 2014-2015 season.The information from the English media also states that Lewandowski has always had the desire to play for Real Madrid, but the reality is that, although Madrid has always been very interested in signing the Pole, the desire of the white club is to sign Mbappe. Carlo Ancelotti made it very clear, by denying Madrid's supposed interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo, that the white club's position in the transfer market is to look to the future.Frustrated signing

The Polish striker was on the verge of signing for Real Madrid in the summer of 2014, just before his transfer to Bayern became official, which he reached at zero cost from Dortmund. Lewandowski fell in love with Florentino in April 2013 when he only eliminated Madrid from the semifinals of the Champions League with a poker. The forward had already committed to the Bavarian club, but his representative at the time, Cezary Kucharski, even offered Madrid the possibility of paying the 20 million penalty clause to break with the Munich team and play at the Santiago Bernabéu. . Lewandowski had given his approval. But Florentino backed down at the last minute and dismissed the idea.Possible destinations

Real Madrid's refusal causes Lewandoski to only have two possible destinations: England or France. Manchester City are looking for a guaranteed striker. Their main target is Harry Kane, but if the Sky Blues fail to sign the English striker, the citizen board would not look down on the hiring of the Polish attacker. In addition, his coach, Pep Guardiola, already knows him perfectly from his time at Bayern. On the other hand, if Tottenham sells Kane to City, the London team will have to look for a replacement up front and the Pole would be an extraordinary replacement for the team trained by Nuno Espiríto Santos. Another team that is looking for a nine is Manchester United, but after spending 135 million euros on Jadon Sancho (85) and Raphael Varane (50) it is not in their plans to spend more money this summer. Lewandowski's other option is PSG. The Parisian team currently has the attacking zone well covered, but if they sell Mbappé this summer to Real Madrid, the French club would be very interested in taking over the services of the Pole.

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