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Lewandowski criticizes Bayern’s transfer business

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Bayern’s Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski, has said the team needs new transfers after letting Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben go.

Bayern Munich’s attacker, Robert Lewandowski, has criticized the way the German Bundesliga champions make business before.

And now that Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, and James Rodriguez are not part of the team, he feels they will have a disadvantage in the future.

“I think we need three new players,” he told Bild was quoted by The Daily Mail.

“We lost three players in attack with Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben and James, and so far we have not had a [proven] new signing in that area.”

“We need another attacking winger – even if [Leroy] Sane comes,” he added.

“Perhaps a No 6 or a central attacker.”

“If you want to play a whole season with 13 or 14 experienced pros, it’s going to be hard,” he said.

“We have 50, 60 games over one full season, not three, four, five or six months.”

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