For many months, the German media were rivalry and, but that time has come to an end. The striker will represent the colors from July this year. In addition, Robert Lewandowski may also leave. There are more and more indications that the Pole will not extend his expiring contract with Bayern and will leave the club either this summer or in a year. She is most interested in his services.
Haaland’s and Lewandowski’s transfers are a “drama” for the Bundesliga
Florian Harms, a journalist at the German portal t-online.de, writes bluntly: “This is a drama”. In his opinion, the Bundesliga will lose a lot if two of the best strikers of recent years leave it. “Is it because today is Friday the 13th? We’ve had a drama for almost a few days. Okay, drama is a strong word. But sometimes you need strong words to describe the emotions of millions of people. Even in times of war, you can look at something else. than the world “- we read in the text.
The author argues that the Bundesliga needs world-class stars to compete with teams from and that have recently triumphed in European competitions. “World stars are needed by German teams to shine a little, and in recent years they have come from abroad: Robert Lewandowski from Bayern and Norwegian Erling Haaland from Borussia delighted millions of fans Saturday after Saturday. In eight years, Robert scored an amazing 333 goals in 363 matches. Only Messi or Ronaldo can achieve such a result. Erling Haaland, the wonderful boy from Z, also removes defenders like a stick: 61 goals in 65 Bundesliga games. When two magic forwards appear on the field, every game is fun – be it in the stadium or It doesn’t matter if you are a Bayern or Borussia fan or not “- wrote the journalist.
“But now the magic is over. Mr. Haaland would prefer to continue to do magic in Manchester because he can’t win anything against Dortmund. And yesterday came the news that Mr. Lewandowski did not intend to extend his contract in Munich either. Worse, he apparently wants to leave immediately, allegedly. to Barcelona, where they know quite well how to do magic “- laments the author. Then he quotes Oliver Kahn, who announced a few weeks ago that in Munich they would be stupid to sell a player who scores 30-40 goals a season. So Harms draws the painful conclusion: “Looks like they’re pretty stupid out there in Munich.”
“As you can hear, the Munich team is now looking for reinforcements for various positions in their team. Names are circulating. One is Hugo Ekitike, the other is Ryan Gravenberch. You never heard of them? Not you alone. – Believe me, we’re in the process of building a team. who can win the Champions League, says Olli. But he is unlikely to be able to pay for a magician like Manchester United’s Paul Pogba. He is said to be demanding 18 million euros. For a year. Yes, magicians are now incredibly expensive. ” in text.