Robert Lewandowski has not been the same since the last World Cup in Qatar. The Polish striker had a spectacular start at Barca, scoring 18 goals in his first 19 games for the Blaugrana, the best tally of his entire career. But After the Qatar event, Culer fans saw another Lewandowski.
And not just in terms of productivity. Lewy participates in the game less than desirable and also demonstrates a lack of efficiency inappropriate for what has been one of the best strikers in history.
This drop in performance, combined with Barça’s economic needs and continued interest from Saudi Arabia, once again place the Polish striker as protagonist of the already imminent winter market.
The Saudi Professional League has already announced that it will try to recruit him again, but Lewandowski has already made it clear this summer that he has no intention of leaving the Barça sport. Proof of this is that he rejected a dizzying offer of 150 million annually.
His perception has not changed despite the crisis of play and results in which the team led by Xavi Hernández finds itself. Lewy remains firm in his intention to fulfill the contract he signed with Barça until June 30, 2026.
And an interview given by his wife, Anna Lewandowskito the ‘Onet’ portal only ratifies this intention. The Polish striker’s wife has given more clues about Robert’s future intentions. And this happens only and exclusively to continue at Barça.
Anna spoke with journalist Ewelina Goleviowska about how her life has changed in Barcelona and how comfortable she feels in Catalonia, to the point that she is considering several future ventures, closing out an impending change of scenery.
I hope we settle down here and stay for a long time
“For several months, I have been working on opening a gym and a dance school in Barcelona., where I also organize sports championships”, explains Lewandowska, who spends more and more time in the Catalan capital and less and less in Poland: “Even if I continue to manage companies in Poland, now I go there less often. “I have to plan my work commitments so that they do not interfere with my family life, because my daughter Klara goes to school.”
Anna explains that her professional situation was one of the main reasons that pushed Lewandowski to switch from Bayern to Barça: “When we lived in Munich, I was completely absorbed by work. I was in a kind of whirlwind and sometimes I wondered why I had Robert also asked me this question. After moving to Barcelona, I changed my way of seeing life. I started to value it more and enjoy it to the fullest. The Catalans taught me that there is only one life and it is worth enjoying“.
Lewandowski’s wife even says that her place is in Barcelona, beyond the two and a half year contract that Lewy signed with Barça: “Now I try to be more spontaneous and enjoy the little moments. You could say Catalonia is my place and I hope we settle here and stay for a long time., because our daily life here is completely different from that in Warsaw or Munich. “We live near the beach and spend a lot of time there.”