Ballon d’Or desire driving Lewandowski towards Barcelona, claims former Bayern Munich team-mate Martinez
A man that spent several years playing alongside the prolific Polish striker in Germany believes a switch to Camp Nou could be on the cards Robert Lewandowski’s desire to win the Ballon d’Or is driving him towards Barcelona, claims Javi Martinez, with the Bayern Munich striker continuing to see a summer switch to Camp Nou speculated on.
Chelsea could be on for a major midfield reshuffle this summer if the latest reports are to be believed, with suggestions that Jorginho could be seeking pastures new while Timoue Bakayoko is set for yet another return to Stamford Bridge. The Italian midfielder, who came third in the Ballon D’or after helping his side to Champions League success and Italy to Euro 2020 success, is thought to be keen on a move away from the club which had made him their heartbeat, but now look as though they may need a different sort of operator in midfielder.
D avid Moyes’s West Ham team is never about the individual over the collective, but there is perhaps one player who best sums up the group of players making history in claret and blue. Craig Dawson was signed for just £2million from relegated Watford and has defied doubters to become a new Hammers cult hero who is being dubbed “Ballon D’awson”.
It’s Karim Benzema! Even as a Barca fan, I am happy for him, as he’s been underrated his whole career, and has had to surpass so many controversies. He went from having so many haters before 2018 to now being appreciated by almost every football lovers!
Barcelona are keen on signing Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski, and have even started initial talks, as has been reported by Sky Sports Deutschland. Lewandowski, 33, has been a key man for Bayern since joining from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2014 and has hit the back of the net with scary regularity.
Ex Chelsea man showers huge praise on current Arsenal man Former Scottish international and Chelsea winger Pat Nevin has expressed his clear admiration for Arsenal full-back Kieran Tierney. The Scotsman who joined Arsenal in the summer of 2019, has been one of the better players at North London in the past few years.
Lewandowski is having trouble at Bayern with the renewal of his contract, so he’s looking for other options outside of the Bundesliga. Since Xavi might be looking for an alternative to Haaland, Lewandowski may be the perfect fit! He may be 33 years old, but the way he plays doesn’t rely on his pace but more on his technique, which is still amazing since he won Fifa Best Men Award 2021, and is a top contender for the Ballon D’or 2022.
L’Équipe officially announced the modifications to the Ballon d’Or award ceremony, with the aim of modernizing itself and continuing to improve the criteria for choosing the best footballer in the world. Here we tell you in detail what will be the four changes that we will see from 2022.
Messi: “I can only give thanks for everything that I had to live in this 2021” | He also cursed “the virus this shit that never ends”
“I can only give thanks for everything that I had to live in this 2021,” Lionel Messi celebrated in a brief message on social networks to say goodbye to the year, with a video in which he reviews, among other achievements, the Copa América with the Argentina team and its seventh Ballon d’Or.
One sure could make a strong case today that Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar is the greatest player in world football today that has not won the Ballon d’Or in their career. Neymar has come close to winning world football’s most prestigious individual honor, which includes finishing in third place behind both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2015 vote.