Mane reminds Müller not to pass the ball to Lewandowski

The attention of Bayern and Barcelona fans will be drawn to the Allianz Arena stadium, where they will meet in the second round of the Champions League group stage.

Bayern Munich star Thomas Müller made a statement about the meeting with Barcelona during the press conference for the match, saying: “We want to win bilateral conflicts and fight hard to get the ball back when we lose it. This will be an open match. I think tomorrow’s game will be good for the neutrals.”

“Of course we know that Barcelona have had a good start to the season. But it makes the match more attractive. We will work hard to win. Getting six points would be a big step in the right direction to advance to the next round.”

He continued: “I have a good relationship with Lewandowski, especially on the pitch. Apart from golf, we didn’t talk much. We communicated via WhatsApp after he moved.”

He continued: “Our communication with Lewandowski on the pitch has evolved over the years, but now we have a lot of flexible players in attack and we don’t have this outspoken striker. The opponent does not know who is in the center of the attack. , but we must make this method efficient.”

Müller concluded his speech by saying: “Sadio Mane has been telling me for the last ten days to be careful not to give the ball to Leva by mistake. Tomorrow we have to play our game and not focus too much on Robert.”

Lewandowski joined Barcelona last summer on a 4-year deal that expires in the summer of 2026.

And the German newspaper Bild reported that the cost of the deal with the Polish star is estimated at 45 million euros, plus another 5 million in additional incentives.

It is noteworthy that 34-year-old Robert Lewandowski moved to Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer in 2014 and played 375 games for the Bavarian team, scoring 344 and scoring 72 goals.

On the other hand, the Senegalese Sadio Mane (30) has joined Bayern Munich from Liverpool with a contract valid until the summer of 2025 worth around 40 million euros.

Source: agencies

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