Robert Lewandowski and FC Bayern: This connection could end after eight years in the summer. Two TV experts have a very different view of the events.
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Who could replace Robert Lewandowski, should he actually leave FC Bayern? For "Sky" analyst Dietmar Hamann, a Bundesliga striker from the Swabian country would be the right candidate.
"If I were getting immediately, Sasa Kalajdzic would be from Stuttgart because he did 16 goals in the Bundesliga last year," said Hamann on the TV station and added: "He had a serious shoulder injury, but has some again in the second half of the season Important goals scored. "
Hamann would even "get Kalajdzic regardless of the whereabouts or a transfer from Lewandowski," he emphasized. "You can throw it in at the front, the last 20 minutes, then you can play long balls," emphasized Hamann's advantages of the tall Austrian.
The 24-year-old could head, put down balls, "he holds the balls well, is technically outstanding for body size and has a very good degree. I could imagine that Lewandowski goes that Kalajdzic plays in the front and he is 25, 30 goals. I absolutely trust him to do that, "Hamann continued his praise.
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Stefan Effenberg sees a possible departure from Lewandowski. For him, the world footballer is not to be replaced by anyone.
Effenberg: Lewandowski sale would be "fatal"
"I have to say clearly: it would be fatal if Bavaria is already selling it. The Lewandowskiing should always be in focus. Especially after this season, in which Bavaria missed the goals," wrote the expert in his column at "T-Online ".
A departure from Lewandowski would help the league to significantly more tension, Effenberg specified, "because Bavaria has to replace it first. But Lewandowski has achieved 30, 40, rather 50 competitive goals.. "
However, Effenberg does not believe in a change in summer anyway, although FC Barcelona is supposed to lure the striker with a three -year contract. On Friday, Bavaria President Herbert Hainer also emphasized that she did not want to let the Poles go before his end of his contract in 2023.