Bayern Munich: Whoever has Lewandowski does not need Haaland
Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn said that there is no need to move to include Norwegian star Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, as Bayern Munich, the German champions (Bundesliga), “include Robert Lewandowski.”
The opinion of the goalkeeper legend in the Bavarian team was similar to the opinion of the club’s president, Herbert Hainer, who expressed it earlier, saying in statements to the newspaper today, Friday, that Lewandowski “can still score between 30 and 40 goals for two years.”
The Polish Lewandowski continued to break records for goals in recent years, but he is 33 years old, and his current contract runs until 2023.
As for Halland, he is not only considered the next most prominent star, but is still 21 years old, and it is likely that the best years of his professional career are yet to come.
It is widely reported that Haaland’s contract with Borussia Dortmund includes a penalty clause that is significantly less than the player’s current market value.
The young Norwegian star has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, and Haaland can already choose among the best European clubs if he decides to leave the “Festival Lions”.