Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller are still under contract at FC Bayern until 2023. In the coming weeks, the Munich apparently want to record the negotiations with the offensive duo. Ex-Professional Stefan Effenberg warns the record champion in this context against a danger.
Also this season Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller are indispensable for FC Bayern. Included, the two stars already come to 49 mandatory players as well as 25 goal templates. Consequently, the Bundesligaist wants to keep his guide players beyond 2023.
However, the exploits over the extension of cooperation do not run without noise. Already in February, Müller declared “Personalie Lewandowskis Picture” that nobody had to come to him from FC Bayern. “What the future brings, you have to see,” says the 32-year-old.
In addition, Lewandowski was recently wondered, as a Personalie Lewandowskis director Hasan Salihamidzic announced, not to sell the scorer in the summer.
Although ex-Munich Stefan Effenberg goes out of a whereabouts from the two benefits, but sees FC Bayern simultaneously under Voltwang. The record champion must “come in the corridors,” wrote the Champions League winner from 2001 in his column for “T-Online”.
Effenberg: This will never forget that Lewandowski
Especially the Personalie Lewandowski would therefore be particularly crisp for FC Bayern. So Effenberg remembered that Munich’s CEO Oliver Kahn has met with Erling Haaland’s consultant Mino Raiola. “With Lewandowski, on the other hand, there was supposedly no conversations about a contract extension. Of course, it carries a danger,” the 53-year-old realized.
In addition, Effenberg warned: “Should Bayern as plan A actually have a commitment of Haaland and Lewandowski only plan B, Lewandowski will never forget that.” The BVB attacker can prematurely leave Borussia Dortmund in summer due to an exit clause.
However, Effenberg assumes that it will be “the talks between Bavaria and Lewandowski will soon be”. “If Bavaria is not trying to extend the contract, that’s the worst decision of the club’s history. But no one understands that,” said the former Bundesliga pro concluding.