Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munich. Superstar Lionel Messi sets a peak against the two-time world footballer from Poland.
Munich – As if things weren’t already going haywire at Bayern Munich anyway. At a press conference for the Polish national team, Robert Lewandowski made it clear that he wanted to leave Bayern Munich this summer. “My story at FC Bayern is over. I can’t imagine any further good cooperation,” said the two-time world footballer on Monday.
Oliver Kahn reacts with incomprehension to the Lewandowski statements. “I can’t tell you why Robert chose this path,” said the FCB boss Sport1: “Such statements in public bring no further. Robert became World Player of the Year here twice in a row – I think he should know what he has at Bayern. Appreciation is not a one-way street.”
|Name: Lionel Andres Messi Cuccitini|
|Age: June 24, 1987 (34 years), Rosario, Argentina|
|Club: Paris Saint Germain|
|Position: hanging tip|
|Market value: 50 million|
Boom! This burns the tree on Säbener Straße. Now superstar Lionel Messi has also commented on Lewandowski. However, not to his change posse. Rather, the PSG star distributes tips against the (still) FCB striker in terms of world footballer choice. “Everyone can say whatever they want. He too, of course,” said Messi in an interview with the Argentine TV station TyC Sports: “I don’t agree with what he said, but I didn’t give it much importance. He can say whatever he wants. I don’t care.”
FC Bayern: Lionel Messi comments on Robert Lewandowski – “Disagree”
But what is it about? Messi didn’t vote for Lewandowski as world footballer in January, but for his PSG pal Neymar. In the end, Lewy won the FIFA election for the second time in a row and then seemed a little piqued by Messi’s behavior. The Argentine was awarded the Ballon d’Or in 2021, which disappointed Lewandowski as he figured his chances at the trophy. This prize was not awarded in 2020 due to the corona pandemic.
Messi then said that he would begrudge the FCB star the Ballon d’Or afterwards and that he would be happy if Lewandowski was to lose it afterwards France Football be awarded. “My words came from the heart at that moment because I really felt that way,” Messi continued: “I said he deserved the Ballon d’Or before because the year before I thought he was the best. But the year I won he wasn’t the best. But let him see it how he wants.”
Messi now has another favorite for 2022. Karim Benzema of Champions League winners Real Madrid. “I think this year there is no doubt. Benzema had a spectacular year,” said the 34-year-old. Lewandowski shouldn’t like this either.
Particularly explosive: Lewandowski would like to switch to FC Barcelona this summer. Ironically, to the club for which Messi excelled for years. Lewy is said to have already verbally agreed with the Catalans on a three-year contract. So it might not have been the last verbal feud between Messi and Lewandowski… (smk)
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