FC Bayern is standing before groundbreaking weeks. In particular, the ongoing rumors of change around Robert Lewandowski are currently causing unrest at the record champions. Schalke legend Klaus Fischer is surprised by the alleged flirt with the FC Barcelona – and, in the event of a departure of the Poland, sees only a financeable successor for the Munich.
The contract talks between FC Bayern and Robert Lewandowski are still ongoing. The 33-year-old is bound to the Bundesliga clubs by 2023, but according to numerous speculations, the world footballer could leave the club this summer. FC Barcelona is considered a possible buyer, and Lewandowski itself is also supposed to flirt with a change to the Catalans.
Striker legend Klaus Fischer cannot understand the rumors about a possible step towards Barca. “Because in my eyes, Barcelona is no longer an outstanding team as before, not a top team in Europe. This was seen when I ended in the Europa League against Eintracht Frankfurt,” said the 72-year-old in an interview with the “Lewandowskibuzzer”.
Fischer: Lewandowski is recognized at Bayern
Lewandowski has “a nice life” at FC Bayern and is also “recognized”. “In the attack game everything is tailored to him, he is fed with templates. Lewandowski guarantees you 30 goals plus x per season,” Fischer listed the advantages of a remaining in Munich.
At the same time, he noticed “that he recently not played as strongly as you know it from him”. “I think all this back and forth around his contract and a possible change is not beneficial for his performance,” Fischer said to Lewandowski’s latest form.
When asked whether it was advisable for FC Bayern to let him pull it a year before the end of the contract in order to collect around 40 million euros, the long -time player of FC Schalke 04: “If he was up to the club in 2023 To leave, then yes. You shouldn’t stop travelers. As in the case of David Alaba or Niklas Süle, Bayern cannot also allow themselves to have a player free of charge at Lewandowski. “
Fischer names Schick as possible successor
At the same time, the record champion would think about who could replace Lewandowski. “Halaand is certainly a great player, but the financial package of transfer, salary and consultant fees, which is currently under discussion, is crazy,” said Fischer.
That is why the Bundesliga icon sees only a financially successful successor: Patrik Schick from Bayer Leverkusen. “He is only 26, does his gates and would be supplied much better at Bayern, much more chances,” said Fischer.
On the other hand, the rumors and speculations would be no longer if an agreement between FC Bayern and Lewandowski.