Thursday, 9 November 2017

Bayern Must Bring In Some New Blood - Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski has again urged Bayern Munich to invest in the transfer market to remain competitive at the highest level of the game.
Lewandowski, currently on international duty with Poland, had demanded in September that the German champions sign more world-class players in order to compete with the top clubs in Europe, adding that he believed money and success are now more important than loyalty in football.
And the striker has now told Reuters: "We shouldn't delude ourselves. Each club needs to get a top player every two or three years to refresh the team, to bring some new blood, new quality.

"At this point we really have a good team, but it is known that players are getting older," Lewandowski added.

"We are succeeding [in replacing them] today because we have a young Josh Kimmich, who is really good at his new position and shows that a young player can be a replacement for such an experienced and wonderful one as Philipp Lahm."

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