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Former German actor strongly in Lewandowski Haaland.  'ridiculous' football

Former German actor strongly in Lewandowski Haaland. ‘ridiculous’ football

Bayern Munich postpones talks on the new for a long time a necklace about Robert Lewandowski. His current contract expires on June 30, 2023, so, in recent weeks, there has been speculation linking him to a transfer, among other things, down F.C.B. The 33-year-old might lose his patience at some point and really change his surroundings.

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Robert is on the field in every game.

Nerlinger mentioned in the pages of “Kicker” that if Bayern Munich In the end he would resign the services of Lewandowski, that would be a huge mistake. In his opinion, even the fact that he was replaced wouldn’t change it Erling HaalandWho is considered the main candidate to replace the “left” in the event of his departure.

For me, it is absurd to compare Haaland with Lewandowski. Robert He is on the field in every match. Erling is clearly an incredibly talented player and I don’t blame him for constantly getting injured because I’ve had problems with it myself, but he’s often unavailable to play – the ex-Bayern player or Borussia Dortmund.

Nerlinger cheers for Lewandowski

According to the previous representative German The club from the Bavarian capital must do everything possible to maintain the pole. So what price are you willing to pay for a player who might be out of the squad during key weeks of the season? For many more years I was developing the red carpet in front of Lewandowski. He was just crazy.

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Christian Nierlinger, former athlete Bayern MunichBorussia DortmundRangers and 1. Kaiserslautern. In the years 1998-1999, he also participated in six matches with the German national team. He finished his career in December 2005, and from 2008 to 2012 he worked first as a team manager and then as a sporting director for Bayern Munich.