Check Out “Robert Lewandowski received a “monumental” contract to join the Saudi Pro League exodus” However, according to rumor’s originating in the player’s home country of Poland, the top player for Barcelona declined to even enter into discussions for a move to the Middle East.
After making the move to Barca in the summer of 2018, Lewandowski picked up right where he left off with Bayern Munich, scoring 33 goals and also contributing eight assists in his first season at the Nou Camp. In total, he made 46 appearances for the Catalan club.
After clinching the transfers of Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, and N’Golo Kante, amongst others, Saudi leaders wanted the 34-year-old to become the latest big-name star to join their footballing revolution. Saudi leaders wanted the player to become the latest big-name star to join their footballing revolution.
They were even willing to offer the Poland international €150 million per year, which is more than Benzema’s deal with Al-Ittihad, which is worth €100 million per year.
According to Polish writer Tomasz Wodarczyk, however, despite the massive riches that were being offered, Lewandowski was not interested in the opportunity and completely shut them down.
“There simply was no reaction to the offer from Arabia,” he says. “There was simply no reaction.”
“There have been no real talks because, for Robert, the only thing that matters right now is ‘Pride of Catalonia.'”
According to the article, Lewy has no intention of leaving Barcelona now that he has fulfilled his childhood dream of playing for the club and moving to the Nou Camp. His desire to play for Barcelona dates back many years before he was actually able to make the move.
The England team to kick off their European Under-21 Championship campaign has been revealed ahead of their opening clash against Czech Republic – and it features a host of Premier League talent.
The game is scheduled to begin at 5:00 p.m., and the following players have been selected to start: Levi Colwill of Chelsea, Morgan Gibbs-White of Nottingham Forest, Jacob Ramsey of Aston Villa, Anthony Gordon of Newcastle, and Curtis Jones of Liverpool.
Oliver Skipp, who plays for Tottenham, Emile Smith Rowe, who plays for Arsenal, and Harvey Elliott, who plays for Liverpool, are some of the players that are warming the bench.
There will be live commentary on talkSPORT 2 and a live blog covering all the action right here on talkSPORT.com, however the game itself will not be shown on television.