Lewandowski wreaks chaos in Bayern Munich training amid Barcelona speculation

Take this report with a grain of salt, but it appears like Lewandowski has checked out of Bayern Munich and will no longer try. Here’s how the first day of training went:

Lewandowski arrived at Säbener Strasse at 9:06 a.m. in his brilliant red service Audi. Six minutes behind schedule!

At 10.31 a.m., Lewy was likewise the last to arrive on the practice field. In his eight years at Bayern, he was always one of the first.

He rubbed his ear as he walked aimlessly to warm up. He began all exercises last. He finished it, but never with entire dedication – and with sagging shoulders.

Lewandowski barely communicated with his teammates. He looked away as he gave Lucas Hernández a polite pat on the back. Benjamin Pavard and Dayot Upamecano were likewise unwilling to speak with the celebrity who was eager to change. Only Leon Goretzka had frequent conversations with the phenomenal striker. He had a lighthearted conversation with Jamal Musiala.

And what about Julian Nagelsmann? There will be no interaction or talk on the grass!

Significant: During the coach’s address in the team circle, the superstar stood on the very outside, gazing away. He would rather stretch his thighs…

According to BILD, the situation surrounding the first training session was equally difficult for his teammates: coach Nagelsmann and the players are unclear how to deal with the superstar. Almost everyone believes that Lewandowski will never play for Bayern again. After that, he wore a Bayern Munich jersey again – the session was in the new white and gold away jersey due to a photo shoot.

Lewy was on the A team in the final game, although he didn’t always get to the ball effectively. He attempted a hooked pass, but it was intercepted by the opponent. The otherwise frightening goal machine failed to score.

The pinnacle of Lewandowski’s apathy: After his side lost, all of the stars wearing the neon yellow shirt had to do push-ups. Lewy was not in the mood! He didn’t take part, instead opting to obtain a soft drink from the kit manager’s golf cart.

Lewy left a 15-meter advantage to his rival Hernández in the closing sprints.

The boring training ended at 12:16 p.m. Only 22 minutes later, the Poland star was back in his fast car, speeding from the subterranean car park to his Bogenhausen villa.

It’s fantastic that he’s already embraced the culture of his new club before the deal is even finalized. He can play Fortnite alongside Dembele after Barca coughs up some cash.

Today marks the return of Robert Lewandowski to Bayern Munich training. His future is still uncertain. As of now, FC Barcelona has not made a new approach that meets Bayern’s conditions for the star striker.

According to rumors in Spain, the Catalans are unwilling to pay 50 million euros in set transfer costs for the striker, preferring to reach that sum through variables. Bayern has insisted on receiving no less than €50 million (guaranteed) for Lewandowski, which is presently stalling the entire process. This comes after all of the media claims on Monday about how this transfer will be completed by now.

Meanwhile, Lewandowski himself does not appear to be content. He arrived six minutes late to squad training today (Bild via @iMiaSanMia), despite the fact that his fitness tests are excellent and demonstrate that he worked hard throughout the offseason. Is this the striker’s subtle power play? You can never be sure when Barcelona is involved, a club infamous for promoting such techniques. Joan Laporta even “thanked” Lewandowski for his public efforts to relocate to Barcelona earlier this summer.

Concerning whether the club can even afford the transfer cost, Barcelona is close to pulling another (a euphemism for selling a portion of the club’s future revenue) that might bring in as much as $300 million in money all at once. Unless they have more essential problems to attend to, they should be able to pay for Lewy’s transfer.

Whatever happens, Robert Lewandowski will remain a Bayern Munich player for the foreseeable future. The German press is closely tracking his every move, while the Spanish press believes it’s only a matter of time before Barcelona makes their final offer and Xavi lands his man.

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