Honorary President Uli Hoenes is expected to see an interesting new signing at FC Bayern Munich and the whereabouts of world footballer Robert Lewandowski, who is keen to leave the club.
“I think the new team is being worked on very intensively and if everything comes to what they presented to me this week, I see a good chance that we will have an attractive team next year – Robert Lewandowski,” said 70-year-old TV station Sport1.
The former club president urged the star striker to fulfill his contract, which runs until June 30, 2023, if there is no replacement for the Bundesliga record scorer. “And then you have to see if he will go on a free transfer next year or maybe even be extended again, nobody knows,” Hoenes said.
Poland’s national team captain and his mentor, Pini Jahawi, recently said that Bayern Munich was over for Lewandowski. The attacker is said to have been aiming to move to FC Barcelona. “I would advise everyone involved to be fair, not let this matter escalate, and then the sun will soon shine again at the Lewandowski-Bayern Munich home,” Hoenes said.
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