Bayern Munich is about to crack by sending Robert Lewandowski back to Barça. But the Germans have planned everything and are working on the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, who wants to leave Manchester United.
The revolution is underway in the transfer window of attackers in Europe, and this does not concern PSG. For the moment. Robert Lewandoski asked for more than a month to leave Bayern Munich, which the Bavarian club fiercely refused him. The Pole is also expected to take over the German champion next month, and at Bayern it is not really fun to see rumors flourish about a player considered untouchable. Especially since, if Lewandowski is considered FC Barcelona’s priority for its recruitment, the Catalan club seems very far from the mark in its financial offers. Especially since he has to slim down if he wants to be able to save the Pole’s contract, as La Liga boss Javier Tebas reminded him recently.
Suffice to say that the planets are not really aligned for a departure from Robert Lewandowski currently, which also explains the firmness of Bayern, which shows its desire to oppose the departure of a player who has one year left of contract. But according to AS, an incredible scenario is taking shape, and could totally change the situation. Indeed, Bayern have contacted Cristiano Ronaldo with a view to the arrival of the MU superstar. The Portuguese is literally disgusted not to play in the Champions League next season, and despite his more than corrected individual performances, Manchester United no longer seem really equipped to play prestigious titles. His career not being stretchable at will, the six-time Ballon d’Or recently let go of the desire for a change of scenery.
Bayern save Cristiano Ronaldo
The fact that Manchester United has failed to make huge moves on the transfer market, while Erling Haaland has signed at Manchester City, and Darwin Nunez at Liverpool, annoys a CR7 who thinks that a good place will free himself at Bayern. In addition, the German club has high caliber attacking potential with, in addition to Sané, Gnabry, Coman, Müller, newcomer Sadio Mané. As a result, if FC Barcelona were to approach 40 million euros as planned, then Bayern Munich would agree to let go of a player who no longer wants to stay. This hole left free by Lewandowski could well be the delight of a Cristiano Ronaldo who would discover a new championship and would have the opportunity to complete his incredible record with a club that will never end the seasons empty-handed.