Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski could be leaving Germany soon and play for a new club, as speculation continues to link him with Real Madrid. However, another club now finds itself in the mix.
Lewandowski has been a sensation in the Bundesliga after enjoying success with Borussia Dortmund, and now Bayern. The charismatic player is one of the game’s best ever strikers in the modern day game, and it would take a lot for any other European club to lure the Polish international.
Lewandowski has been in supreme form once again, after netting 18 times in just 20 games for the Bavarians this season.
Real Madrid are interested in Lewandowski, and it will give them the room for making another statement signing. But according to the player’s wife, he could very well move to the United States of America and play in Los Angeles.
In a conversation with German outlet Business Insider, Lewandowski’s wife stated that the couple dreams of Los Angeles, and would be excited to spend some time in the States.
“I think we will spend some time in the United States, too. We dream of Los Angeles. There we want to develop our brands,” his wife Anna said.
The United States has been a suitable destination for players in the twilight of the career. Several high profile players over the years have gone and plied their trade there.
Los Angeles boasts of LA Galaxy, a club that football superstar David Beckham joined. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard too graced the club, and now Lewandowski could be in for a move there.
His wife also went on to add that she dreams of Robert ending his career there, as he revealed: “We hope that Robert will end his career at a club in Los Angeles. We can now say that it would be our dream.”
Although not now, the star sensation could well go on to play in LA to end his decorated career. Till then, Real will hope they can lure him for a couple of seasons at least.
Written by Rajdeep Saha
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