Together with Robert Lewandowski, Markus Feulner became German champion near Borussia Dortmund in the 2010/11 season. The former BVB player has a clear opinion about the current change theater around the top scorer of FC Bayern.
“I know the qualities of Lewy and of course I would do everything possible to keep it. Even if he may already have a old age for a Bundesliga player. But these qualities he has, he can still go into the three or four years Throwing balance. He will continue to score his goals. So: Bavaria should keep Lewy with all his might, “said the former midfielder in an interview with” German1 “.
Most recently, the signs had been condensed that Lewandowski could soon leave the record champions. His contract expires in the summer of 2023, discussions about an extension had recently stalled.
Lewandowski consultant Pini Zahavi is said to have confronted Bayern bosses during the week with the exchange of changes of his clientele. FC Barcelona was often mentioned in the media as a possible buyer.
The fact that FC Bayern seems to be considering a departure of the Poland seems to be considering seriously as a sign that a successor has already been found.
Feulner: FC Bayern in a transition phase
“I played with Lewy in Dortmund and his qualities are unchallenged. I think if Bayern Munich has this plan and really lets it go, then they have to be very far with Haaland,” he rumored.
Overall, despite the tenth championship in series, he currently sees the Munich team in a smaller transition phase. “It was also noticed that the team had to be found this season and maybe also had to get used to the coach. They had great games, but there were always these extreme lows like 0: 5 in Gladbach or the 0: 1 at Villarreal, in which one was almost without a chance, “analyzed the 40-year-old.
“But you shouldn’t forget that FC Bayern simply lost an insane quality, especially with David Alaba,” warned Feulner.
But even without Alaba and possibly soon without Lewandowski, FC Bayern has an outstanding squad in the eyes of the former Bundesliga player. A player in particular was pleasantly surprised by this season.
“You just see the Musiala’s wit, but also the quality of ball control and that is exactly the quality that Bayern Munich needs,” says Feulner.