Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by King Binny, Feb 9, 2021.
Absolutely fucking awesome ! The Egyptian King will reign for a few more years yet.
Oh fuck. The Firm. Sigh.
I'd love to think we were in pole position for Lewandowski....
Not at 33. I hope.
Ya he’d be useless on crosses that’s for sure.
He's got 2-3 more seasons after this 1 of insane level finishing.
Can't see BM letting go for anything below £50m..
Ah come on, fellas. Pole...Lewandowski....I'm wasted here.
On a serious note, the guy's still not only a superb finisher but a top level all-round attacking player. For the right fee (preferably none at all) he'd be at least as good a signing as Cavani has been for that other lot down the E.Lancs.Rd.
Is he not a free in the summer or did I imagine that?
2023, but I think there were some stuff about him being allowed to leave next summer.
@King Binny is that true?
Bissouma sure doesn’t lack much confidence….
Dated 21 Aug 2021
Bayern Munich chairman Herbert Hainer has insisted it is too early to think about extending Robert Lewandowski's contract.
Reports emerged on Thursday that Lewandowski was keen to leave Bayern. They suggested the striker wanted a new challenge and that Bayern’s reported price tag — said to be more than £100 million — was designed to put off other clubs from making bids and stop him from leaving.
The Athletic reported, though, that Bayern will categorically not let Lewandowski leave the Allianz Arena this summer. It is also understood they have not put a value or price tag on him as they are not willing to sanction his exit.
Lewandowski's contract expires in the summer of 2023 and Hainer has now suggested there is no concerted push to tie him to new terms.
Hainer said: "We're happy with Robert. But we don't have to extend the contract now, we still have 2 years.
"As I said, I can imagine Robert staying beyond 2023. We're in permanent talks with all our players, including Lewy. But now is still early."
So no gentleman's agreement about leaving early
Are you referring to this?
I certainly am KB
There's confidence and there's total delusion. This doesn't reflect well on him at all. It just makes him come across as unhinged. There is literally nothing in his performances or stats that puts him anywhere near the best midfielders in this league.
More like Yves BissWHOma, right?
Liverpool have opened talks with 26-year-old midfielder Naby Keita over a new contract, with the Guinea international's current deal due to expire in 2023. (Calciomercato - in Italian)