“Then I already see that Laporta Lewandowski received, I dont feel good about it”

Robert Lewandowski‘s Bayern departure is final in jugs and jugs. The Polish striker makes the switch to FC Barcelona for an amount of fifty million euros including bonuses. The men of the #DoneDeal VoetbalPrimeur podcast have their reservations about it.
Fifty million euros for a one-year contract, does that make sense to you? , asks editor-in-chief Dennie van Laar. I really think it fits Barcelona, said Deputy Editor-in-Chief Ruben Winkels. They’
ve been doing this for years. They‘re closing bizarre transfers. Anyway, it’s the best striker in the world.
Despite the fact that Lewandowski is a world-class striker, the men don‘t necessarily think he’s a fit for Barcelona. Then I see that Laporta (Joan, ed.) receiving him. I don‘t really have a very good feeling about it. He will probably score a lot, but still, says Winkels. That he will score is one thing that is certain, Van Laar adds. Editor Tim van Duijn also has his reservations. Lewandowski is not the player you think has to go to Barcelona.
There is a particular criticism of the Catalans’
policies. We were just talking about Bayern. There you see a clear line, a vision. In Barcelona, it‘s really loose sand. They’re just doing something. So only for the center position you now have Aubameyang, Lewandowski, Ferran Torres, Braithwaite and Memphis. Five players for the leading position, says Van Laar. One thing is certain, according to the editor-in-chief: Bayern just did really good business.