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Ballon d’Or: Lewandowski’s radical decision

The results of the Ballon d’Or, awarded Monday to Lionel Messi at the expense of Robert Lewandowski, could weigh on the rest of the Pole’s career.

the Bayern Munich In spite of having won three Champions League in the last twenty years, seeing his German colony take away the World Cup in Brazil, the last Ballon d’Or won by a Bavarian player always dates back to 1981, date of the second coronation of Karl-Heinz Rummenigge . Since then, the stars of Bayern have indeed had to be content with accessories, like Oliver Kahn, third in 2001 and 2002, Franck Ribéry, third in 2013, or Manuel Neuer, third in 2014.

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On Monday, Robert lewandowski thus enlarged the list of Munich snubbed by the voters of the Ballon d’Or by having to settle for second place behind Lionel messi. A result that the Pole has a hard time digesting despite the smiles displayed at the Théâtre du Châtelet or his reactions full of fair play. And the Munich striker would have it so bad that to believe AS, he would like to leave Bayern Munich to join the real Madrid.

Real interested for a long time

If the German champions are among the most competitive teams on the European scene and hope to confirm it by winning a new Champions League next spring, Bayern does not have the same weight, especially in the media, as the other top names. from the continent and Real Madrid in particular. What to encourage him to want to join the club merengue, which has no equal to make the Ballon d’Or as evidenced by the coronations of Fabio Cannavaro, Luka Modric and obviously Cristiano Ronaldo.

The former Borussia Dortmund player would therefore have asked his agent, Pini Zahavi, to approach Madrid leaders in order to work on a transfer next summer. Leaders who have tried several times to recruit him in the past and who are still interested. But Real have other targets in mind, including Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland. An arrival of one or the other would hardly accommodate a signature of Robert Lewandowski.

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