Robert Lewandowski got married over the weekend, which could signal an end to speculation suggesting he’ll leave Germany.
Lewandowski has been using his time back in Poland to literally make the biggest decision of his life, getting married to Anna Stachurska.
It’s all very happy and very positive but there are several reasons it’s terrible news if you’re a Manchester United fan, a Chelsea fan or a fan of any other club linked with him outside the Bundesliga.
Lewandowski’s decision to get married now could be a huge giveaway sign that he’s not thinking about making many other dramatic changes to his life.
The striker more than likely has aspirations to settle down, create a family and fall into a professional routine, all of which would be risked if he decided to move outside of where he currently plays football.
The recent news coming out of Borussia Dortmund has been very negative in relation to the striker’s chances of signing for Bayern Munich.
They have made it very clear that the forward will not be signing for their German rivals any time soon, effectively ruling out the switch for at least the rest of this year.
That’s not a lot of time as far as the striker is concerned and if he has his heart set on a move to Bayern Munich, then he’s creating a very stable life situation for himself to enable that to happen.
Lewandowski remains one of the most talked about and prolific strikers in European football.
Bayern Munich will always be in the unique position where they can offer him good money to support his family as well as guaranteed professional chances of success in a domestic sense and a European sense.
Bayern’s status in the German and European game is such that every aspiration Lewandowski has in terms of what he’s looking for as a player can be fulfilled by that move.
The links surrounding him mean that there is always going to be talk over his future and the possible implications of every decision he makes but it just seems odds on that he’s now going to stay in Germany.
You just have to look at the situation logically.
He’s a young man, he’s got married and he’ll want to create a family. He has close ties in Poland, which is substantially easier for him to get to and from if he remains in German football.
If he moves to England or Spain, that means it could be several years before he can fulfil any of those life ambitions and that’s ultimately something that will stop him from moving.
What do you think? Could he still be on the move?
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