Two Premier League Cadors continue to search for Robert Lewandowski

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Where will Robert Lewandowski play next season? Definitely not at Bayern Munich, if you can believe the most recent words of the Pole with 129 caps and 75 goals in the conceded draw against Wolfsburg (2-2): “It’s quite possible that this will be my last game at Bayern. I can’t say 100% but it could be [mon dernier match]. We want to find the best solution for me and the club.”had specifically brought the Pole into being in the statements he transmitted Viaplay Sport Polska.

However, FC Barcelona’s primary target in their quest for a world-class striker, Lewy and his 50 goals in all competitions this season, remains in the sights of many other European leaders. Whether it’s Paris Saint-Germain holding their breath awaiting their star Kylian Mbappé’s result, or Chelsea ready to target Bayern’s No9 as a replacement for the disappointing Romelu Lukaku, Lewandowski has no shortage of courtiers . And the latest information from SPORTSconfirming a long-standing rumor are headed in that direction.

Arsenal and Tottenham want to believe it!

Alongside Chelsea, recently bought by Todd Boehly’s consortium, two other Premier League leaders are keen to enter the race. With that in mind, the most surprising name to have come into force in recent days is that of Arsenal. The Gunners would be willing and able to fund such an operation and still have a few lines to draw on this record. As is Tottenham, also interested in the idea of ​​offering RL9 and, why not, linking it to Harry Kane. Two interests that, despite everything, do not seem to be reshuffling the cards. Thus, as indicated by the Spanish media, Barça indeed remain in pole position.

The Pole, who is very attracted to the idea of ​​playing at the Camp Nou and living in the Catalan capital, clearly prefers the Blaugranas and would even already agree to join the Barcelona club, despite a less attractive salary offer in the competition. With their backs to the wall and under pressure from interest from FC Barcelona, ​​the Bavarian leaders have ushered in the post-Lewandowski era by expressing particular interest in Sadio Mané (Liverpool) and Darwin Núñez (Benfica). The arrival of a world-class striker is the sine qua non for Munich’s management team to leave RL9. A demand that hardly seems to have the Catalan board panicking, however, confident that with a transfer fee of around €35-40m, everything will be settled.

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