Robert Lewandowski is coming off a spectacular performance in midweek. The Polish striker came off the bench and scored five goals in nine minutes for Bayern Munich in their win against Wolfsburg a few days ago. His record-breaking accomplishment was discussed and admired all over the world, and it confirmed why he is one of the best goalscorers on the planet.
The 27-year-old arrived in Germany and became a superstar at Borussia Dortmund. He moved to the Bavarian giants last season, and although it took him a while to adapt to Pep Guardiola's style of playing, he became an integral part of Bayern's scheme by the end of last season, and he is now pretty much invaluable.
But there is always transfer talks happening, and there might be a day when Lewandwoski decides to move to another country to continue tearing leagues apart. And one of his destinations could be Barcelona. That's all according to his agent, Cezary Kucharski:
"I do have a plan in mind for Lewandowski's future. Manchester? I don't know, it rains a lot over there. Madrid or Barcelona? Those are interesting places. There's no better environment to play football than Spain."
Source: TVN24 via Mundo Deportivo
Here's my exact thought process while reading that quote: Player scores a lot of goals in a game ----> Agent talks about him moving away from his club two days later ----> Player signs new contract with current club ----> Agent gets a lot of money.
Have you ever seen that happen before? I think so...