It is not certain if Robert Lewandowski will start pre-season preparations with Bayern. The German lawyer explained how the club could react to a possible strike by a Polish.
Lewandowski wants to move from Bayern to Barcelona, but the German champions have consistently rejected transfer offers. The latest was €40 million and €5 million in bonuses. “Sport1.de” claims that the club is demanding up to 60 million euros for its top scorer. He also wants to find a suitable alternative.
The Poland captain is due to appear for the first training session on July 12. However, there are many voices who will decide to close with the employer and go on strike. What will happen next?
The law is clear: no work, no salary. If he fails to fulfill his obligations under the contract, Bayern may withhold payment – Explained by lawyer Andre Dillinger in “Sport1.de”.
According to him, there are other possibilities. The club can impose a penalty on the pole in the amount of wages for one or two months.
– That would be a lot when you think about Lewandowski’s lunar salary – Delinger confirms.
Bayern could reprimand the Polish striker, which could lead to the termination of his contract. In theory, it is also possible to “freeze” Lewandowski and keep him in the stands for a year. Recently, Kicker reported that Bayern is considering such a solution regarding Serge Gnabry.
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