Robert Lewandowski, a striker for Barcelona, has urged the team to enter the summer transfer market in an effort to become more competitive next season.
Barça has had much-advertised monetary issues lately, As Robert Lewandowski yet the previous summer committed nearly €160m in new players and brought back nearly €50m through deals.
Due to their limited purchasing power, they were unable to even register every signing and contract extension with La Liga until after the season began. Jules Kounde, who was purchased for €50 million, was unable to play in the team’s first two games as a result of this delay.
By activating a variety of “economic levers,” Barça executives were able to secure cash injections by effectively selling off a portion of various future earnings.
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Xavi’s team finished the season with just 10 points lost and led La Liga with just 13 games remaining thanks to this tactic. Los Blancos would win their first title since 2018/19 if they beat Real Madrid in Sunday’s El Clasico at Camp Nou. This would increase their lead to 12 points.
The Champions League, on the other hand, was different. After a two-legged defeat to Manchester United, Barça has been eliminated from the group stage for the second consecutive season. They even failed to make it past the first round of the consolation Europa League.
Continue reading Robert Lewandowski, who signed for €45 million from Bayern Munich and has scored 25 goals across all competitions, does not expect miracles but does suggest that there is still room for improvement.
“There’s a decent group,” he said to ESPN. ” This team is not perfect, but it is more competitive thanks to one or two changes. We talk about small things sometimes, but when you change that, it becomes even more amazing.
The Pole added, referring to Barcelona’s weaknesses in Europe: We need to fix our problems in the Champions League this season, but we are not yet ready to compete for all three titles at the highest level: Copa del Rey, La Liga, and the Champions League.
“It’s inconceivable. You can’t change anything in football in a week or a month because it takes time.
I’ve always dreamed of playing in La Liga. You are aware of Barcelona’s numerous issues. But I said, “I can be a part of it” when I saw the path they wanted to take.
I can see that I’ve put myself to the test and assured myself that I’m up for the challenge. Even though I’m 34 years old, that’s just a number. I’m more concerned with my mental well-being than my physical well-being.