FOOTBALL – PSG Mercato : Robert Lewandowski, ready to land at PSG ?

The name of Robert Lewandowski has recently been associated with Paris Saint-Germain. However, evidence suggests that the Bayern Munich striker has no intention of leaving his club to join the capital this summer. The player would have even pushed back repeatedly the approaches of PSG, confided his former agent, Cezary Kucharski, for the media Goal.

His name could ignite the Parc Princes. Robert Lewandowski has been cited in the press as a track to recruit for PSG, especially in case of the departure of Kylian Mbappe. But according to the latest echoes of the German press, the latter suggests that the Polish striker would not be interested in landing in Paris. Some observers see it as a maneuver by his agent to negotiate a contract extension with Bayern Munich, running until 2023. A feeling shared by his former agent, Cezary Kucharski. “I imagine that these rumors are deliberately spread for contract negotiations. It’s a common strategy,” he revealed to Goal.

Lewandowski at PSG: “A door still closed

Cezary Kucharski, who managed the interests of Robert Lewandowski until 2018, does not believe at all in an agreement with PSG. Not least because of the preferences of his girlfriend. “One thing is clear, for Lewandowski‘s wife, a move to Paris was never an option. I had contacts with PSG about Robert a few times in the past, but he never wanted to be serious. The door to Paris was always closed.”

Will Lewandowski stay at Bayern Munich or could he move to another European club? Several Premier League clubs have already tried their luck with the 32-year-old striker. “The Premier League didn’t appeal to him in the past. I can’t imagine that either. I think he will stay at Bayern,” says Cezary Kucharski. An opinion that agrees with the recent statements of the Bavarian leaders, who have always wanted to keep the No. 9.

Mercato: Lewandowski dreams of Real Madrid

His former agent readily admits that the Munich striker’s dream turns out to be Real Madrid. “When we brought Robert to Germany, the plan was actually: Dortmund, Bayern, Spain, USA. And it’s no secret that Real Madrid was his big dream. But the Spanish clubs are currently not financially strong enough to afford it. He has certainly realized in recent years that Bayern is the ideal club for him.” This season, Robert Lewandowski has scored 52 goals in 45 games in all competitions.

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