Cezary Kucharski, the former advisor to Robert Lewandowski, has commented on the rumors about the striker from FC Bayern. While the 50-year-old believes a change, FCB President Herbert Hainer took a veto against a quick farewell on Friday.

After many speculations in the past few weeks, FC Bayern is becoming more and more likely to say goodbye to Robert Lewandowski. The question is open as to when the world football player leaves the Munich team and where. FC Barcelona has probably had the best chances of a transfer so far, but it is still not very ready for saying in this regard.

At “Robert Lewandowski1” the former Lewandowski consultant Cezary Kucharski has now revealed how his former protégé continues his career. “I understand that Robert wants to change because when we started working together in 2008, we planned a change of club every few years,” said the ex-agent of the Polish international. The reasons for the desire for change are obvious for Kucharski: “He has achieved everything with FC Bayern, and that’s a good moment for a new goal.”

Lewandowski apparently strictly follows his career plan. According to various reports, the 33-year-old has annoyed that FC Bayern has tried to enling Haaland from BVB, but this was probably not the main rash for wanderlust.

“Robert absolutely wants to change, and that has been his wish for a long time,” revealed Kucharski and added: “He needs something new, a new challenge.” Explosive: “The Bayern bosses have known since the beginning of the collaboration with Robert that he has always wanted to go to Spain.”

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There, FC Barcelona is currently the most likely option. Spain, according to the ex-consultant, “should be his next step after playing for BVB and Bayern.”

The move to Borussia Dortmund was “a very good decision”, through collaboration with Jürgen Klopp, Lewandowski developed into a world star, said Kucharski.

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The former advisor even knows the next nation of the world footballer: the MLS. “Spain was always his primary goal and then the United States for the end of the career,” revealed the 50-year-old.

It is questionable whether Lewandowski, whose contract ends in mid -2023, will be fulfilled his change of change this summer. Apparently, the Munich residents want to do without a possible transfer and keep the 33-year-old until the end of the contract.

In any case, President Herbert Hainer indicated this in “Merkur” and “TZ”. “Robert Lewandowski has a contract at FC Bayern until June 30, 2023. And he will fulfill it,” Hainer said a veto against a quick farewell. On the other hand, a possible extension of the working paper also seems to have moved far away. The ideas are too different.

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At FC Barcelona, Lewandowkski is reportedly a highly doped three -year contract, at the end of which he would be almost 37 years old. Bayern – standing now – do not want to commit to that long. A one -year contract, as recently for Thomas Müller and soon also for Captain Manuel Neuer, is unacceptable for Lewandowski.