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A sensational transfer of Lewandowski? “They’re lining up”


Although Robert Lewandowski’s contract with FC Barcelona is valid until the end of the 2025/26 season, the media has been talking about the Pole’s potential transfer for a long time. In the summer, Lewandowski had offers from Saudi Arabia, but he did not decide to change club colors. According to the British media, interest in the striker on the market is not waning, and more teams are expected to join the game.

More than a year has passed since Robert Lewandowski’s transfer to FC Barcelona. During this time, the Pole managed to make Spanish fans fall in love with him, who are eager to buy his T-shirts. Jerseys with the number “9” are the most frequently purchased Barca club shirts. Lewandowski is also one of the team’s leaders on the pitch. In total, he has played 59 matches for the Spanish team and scored 39 goals and made 12 assists.

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Will Robert Lewandowski change the club? The media has no doubts

Although the Pole has recently turned 35, he still cannot complain about the interest of other clubs. According to the British media, interest in Lewandowski on the transfer market is not waning and it is possible that he will soon change his employer.

As we read in the Daily Mail, clubs from the American MLS are showing great interest in the striker and are “lining up to sign a contract with Robert Lewandowski”. However, it is not known exactly which teams are involved.

The Saudis’ desire to recruit a Pole is still not weakening. Already in the summer, Lewandowski had several offers from the Middle East, but he rejected them. There are many indications that in the event of a potential transfer of the captain of the Polish national team, clubs from Arabia and the United States will fight for him. In both cases, the striker will be able to count on a lucrative contract.

“MLS teams in the fight for Lewandowski will likely have to face stiff competition from Saudi Arabia, which plans to continue its rampage in European markets. The oil-rich kingdom spent over $860 million on new recruits over the summer to make the Saudi Pro League one of of the best football competitions,” we read in the Daily Mail.

For now, Lewandowski is still a Barcelona player. On Sunday, November 12, at 4:15 p.m., the Catalans will play another league match. Their rival will be Deportivo Alaves. Live coverage on Sport.pl and in our mobile application.


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