Bayern Denies Claims Salary ‘Gee’ Lewandowski

Bayern Denies Claims Salary ‘Gee’ Lewandowski

Bayern Denies Claims Salary 'Gee' Lewandowski

Munich – Robert Lewandowski claimed to be paid with fantastic value after joining Bayern Munich. Kubu Bayern reacted strongly with firmly denied the report.

The issue was exhaled by top soccer magazine France Football. Mentioned that the Polish international striker has now become the highest paid player in the Bundesliga with a salary of 20.2 million euros per year (about USD 283.2 billion), not including bonuses and income from sponsors.

Similar claims were made Bild, with a lesser amount, namely 19 million euros ($ 266.4 billion).

In summer 2014, Lewandowski moved to Bavaria after four years to strengthen the team rivals Borussia Dortmund. At Bayern, Lewandowski tied upcoming contract duration until 2019.

“I think the numbers mengeherankan. It defies explanation how someone could come up with that number,” said finance director Bayern Jan-Christian Dreesen in ESPNFC.

“The numbers are wrong, it is clearly nonsense,” he said.

Dreesen mengkui unusual that the club pays the cost of recruitment for a player a free agent, but despite paying any recruitment fee amount will not achieve the desired number.