Honorary Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer in a column for German news agency DPA believes that Poland forward Robert Lewandowski may soon join the coach Zinedine Zidane led Real Madrid side.
Beckenbauer is predicting a very active transfer market in what remains of January and the fact that Real Madrid have been handed transfer ban means they will in theory be unable to make moves in the next two transfer windows because of irregularities linked to signing young players.
The Galacticos can still do deals in the current transfer window.
“Lewandowski was already mentioned as a possible Real Madrid target. Thomas Müller, on the other hand, has already made it clear that he’s staying at Bayern, which has made the fans love him even more.” Beckenbauer said.
Meanwhile, the Bayern Munich hitman has expressed a lack of concern about the possibility of striking reinforcements being drafted in at the Allianz Arena during the current transfer window:
“If I’m here, what’s the need to bring in someone new?. The rumours don’t bother me, I’m used to them.” Lewandowski said during a press conference.
Bavarian president, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, recently sang the praises of Gonzalo Higuaín’s form at Napoli.