Lewandowski has had a lot of trouble with Bayern in recent days. Before that, he even bombarded Bayern, “If they don’t let go, who would dare to come here to play? What’s more loyalty and respect?” It caused a whirlpool of public opinion. On Tuesday, local time, Lewandowski moderated in the latest interview, trying to cool the incident.
“I think it’s better for Bayern to get any transfer fee from me than to keep me until the end of my contract. I don’t want to force anything, I want to find the best solution for both parties. One of the biggest clubs in the world, a dream club for many players. I hope this is over, we are not enemies and I am sure we will reach a deal.”
Regarding his statement of wanting to leave the team, Lewandowski believes that he has contributed everything to Bayern in the past 8 years, so he does not consider himself ungrateful and selfish. When a reporter asked Lewandowski about this topic, Lewandowski replied flatly: “No, it’s not like that.”
“I know what I have at Bayern and I am very grateful for it. I also know that I have done my best for the past eight years in order not to disappoint the club and the fans. I have always tried to be the best I can be. Well, to meet the expectations of the team and the fans, I thank the fans. If I’m not being honest about my situation, then I feel like I’m being unfair to the fans. I know there are a lot of emotions right now, but I hope the fans They can understand me to some extent.”
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