Robert Lewandowski and Hasan Salihamidzic recently spoke on the phone about the current situation of the Pole. Apparently there was no apology.
Robert Lewandowski called sports director Hasan Salihamidzic after his most recent public statements. However, there was apparently no apology.
After Robert Lewandowski recently dealt heavily against FC Bayern in a Onetsport podcast, he rowed back during the week in an interview with Bild. “I don’t want to force anything,” were his words.
In order to smooth things over with FC Bayern itself, there was also a phone call with sports director Hasan Salihamidzic. According to information from Sport1, the Pole did not use that conversation as an apology for his harsh words.
Because nothing has changed in his general attitude – Lewandowski wants to leave FC Bayern as soon as possible. “Loyalty and respect are more important than work. Something died in me, I want to leave FC Bayern for more emotions in my life,” he said in the podcast.
FC Bayern: Sale of Lewandowski officially not an issue
According to Sport1, even Barca President Joan Laporta personally thanked Lewandowski advisor Pini Zahavi for these and other clear statements by the striker. In addition, a strike by the Pole can no longer be completely ruled out if he is denied a change.
The Bayern bosses publicly emphasized in unison that selling the striker – his desired goal is FC Barcelona – is not an issue. And behind the scenes, a sale is only possible if an adequate successor is found.
The much sought-after Liverpool striker Sadio Mane is supposed to come, but is not necessarily considered a direct successor, and even with Stuttgart’s Sasa Kalajdzic, the management of the record champions should not be in agreement as to whether he can meet the requirements.