“This is my opinion.”  Will this new coach keep Robert Lewandowski in Barcelona?!

Gerard Romero says Robert Lewandowski will not leave FC Barcelona if Hansi Flick comes to the club.

This season, Robert Lewandowski is not performing as expected by the fans and FC Barcelona authorities. That's why the media started speculating about the Polish's future.

Some sources claimed that the striker's days in the Catalan capital may be numbered in the summer.

It is no secret that the 35-year-old's salary is a huge burden on the club's budget, so if Lewandowski does not provide great quality, Barcelona may agree to sell him.

A lot will depend on who becomes the new coach of the Spanish champions. Xavi announced his departure after the season.

According to information received from Gerard Romero, Hansi Flick is a serious candidate to replace the 44-year-old player.

The German has started learning Spanish and who knows, maybe he will come to Camp Nou soon.

This is perhaps important for Lewandowski, as both men know each other well from Bayern Munich. In Bavaria, they won the Champions League together. Their paths may cross again soon.

According to Romero, if Flick goes to Barcelona, ​​the departure of the 35-year-old would be practically impossible.

The Polish national team captain participated in 32 matches this season, scoring 15 goals and six assists.

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