Robert Lewandowski’s scintillating hat trick against Wolfsburg on Wednesday in the Bundesliga has re-evoked interests on the Polish hitman. Lewandowski’s wasn’t just a hat trick; rather, he netted five goals in nine minutes for Bayern, which is a Bundesliga record.
Both English Premier League giants, Manchester United and Liverpool, were eyeing to land the Bayern striker in England during the EPL transfer window. But Lewandowski’s agent Cezary Kucharski on Thursday turned down talks of his client’s proposed move to Manchester United. Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona are on the cards.
“Manchester? It always rains there,” said Cezary Kucharski. “Barcelona or Madrid? They are nice places, and in Spain there is the best atmosphere for playing football.”
Lewandowski’s present contract with Bayern Munich runs down till 2019.
The 27-year-old Polish arrived in German Bundesliga and earned fame with Borussia Dortmund before moving to Bayern Munich. Lewa is already one of the most talked about strikers of the planet – hot in the transfer market. Kucharski is aware of the fact, as he said on Polish television after Tuesday’s game, “I have a plan in mind for Lewandowski’s future.”
The transfer window might be temporarily closed, but one can’t rule away Lewa’s move in the near future after his record-breaking performance.