Barcelona’s Lewandowski Era Nearing its Conclusion

Barcelona’s Lewandowski Era Nearing its Conclusion

The goals scored by former Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski, who practically ran away with the Pichichi Trophy, helped Barcelona win the 2022–2023 La Liga season.

Despite having a great first season in Catalunya, Lewa’s second season in the league has not been at all ideal for the record-breaking Bundesliga striker.

The play has been lot more disappointing overall, even though the goal well has been dryer.

Lewandowski has fallen short of what Culers are looking for in terms of technical proficiency and build-up playmaking from their No. 9.

Lewa could be leading the line more, but he isn’t doing enough to help Barça win.

He has a lot on his plate because there aren’t many good attacking options around him.

As to Alfredo Martínez’s article for Diario Sport, Barcelona is dissatisfied with the star striker’s lack of influence in 2023–24 and believes he is no longer infallible.

Lewandowski might potentially get 20 million euros in the summer market.

Lewandowski was always a short-term signing who was likely to fail because he either declined or didn’t match the playing style, but it’s crucial to avoid acting rashly.

Despite having a significant overall impact, he is hardly the most generous striker. This season, that has drastically decreased.

In any case, Barcelona has to secure a long-term striker. Barça may have found that player in academy product Marc Guiu, but they might buy someone else to cover their losses by offloading Lewa.

Given how crucial the Polish international was to Barça’s LaLiga championship victory the previous season, selling him for 20 million euros would technically result in a loss for the club, but in other ways, they would actually benefit.

Even if Lewandowski didn’t play well in 2023–2024—he wasn’t without his highlights.

Even at less than 100%, he remains one of La Liga’s finest attackers and is by no means the team’s major weakness.

But given his pay and the demands placed on the striker position, Barcelona must put more pressure on a seasoned player who can manage it.

Moving on is a realistic conversation to have if he is unable to step up to the bat.

Barcelona’s Lewandowski Era Nearing its Conclusion

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