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More Lewandowski Talk

Rumours linking Robert Lewandowski to Old Trafford continue to generate numerous column inches in the tabloid press.

This morning it`s inferred that Lewandowski is set to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer, and most probably the Bundelsiga, to try his luck elsewhere.

So far this season, Lewandowski has emphasized his talent by notching up 19 goals in 27 games, quite an achievement.

Confirming that his client is set to seek a fresh challenge his agent, Cezary Kucharski, has commented to the media,

"Anyone who has followed Robert`s career will know he has never played at any club for longer than two years. At Dortmund he has been playing his third season. Anyone can read between the lines knows what that means."

"Robert has made his decision. He alone determines the moment when he announces it."


Although he seems to be an exceptional talent, the fact he doesn`t tend, or want to, stick around at a club may very well impact on United pursuing any apparent interest.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 26 2013

Time: 4:37PM

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Don't buy into this he won't stick around non-sense, just think he's saying that to justify climbing the footballing ladder. Once he hits the pinnacle of his career I highly doubt he'll be eager to leave it after 2 or 3 years. It will be interesting to see where he goes.
TheFamousNo7
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27/02/2013 09:37:00

Oh and in the Classico last night Madrid went to the nou camp and put three past Barca in the copa del rey. They're going to come to old Trafford showing that same hunger and determination as they want to win the only trophies they're competing in to salvage a very poor domestic campaign, we will have to be at our very best both defensively and offensively, the game is certainly still wide open for the taking.
TheFamousNo7
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27/02/2013 09:39:00

It's goin to be a tough match just have to see how it goes. It's a shame Madrid seem to be in a fine vein of form at the moment could have done with the match a bit earlier when they were off the boil
MotorMad
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27/02/2013 12:00:00

 

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