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Robert Lewandowski Next Club Odds: Lewandowski Given 76% Chance to Join Barcelona

With the summer transfer window looming one of the best strikers in the world appears he will be on the move. We take a look at the latest Robert Lewandowski next club odds.
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Robert Lewandowski Next Club Odds: Lewandowski Given 76% Chance to Join Barcelona

Robert Lewandowski has had one of the best careers in European soccer history. Over the last eight seasons he's spent them with Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga but his time there appears to be coming to an end according to the latest Robert Lewandowski next club odds. The 33-year-old Polish striker is likely going to be playing for a new club after the summer transfer window. Let's take a closer look at the latest Lewandowski next club odds.

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Robert Lewandowski Next Club Odds

OddsNext ClubImplied Chance
+180Bayern Munich35.7%
+1600Real Madrid5.9%

Robert Lewandowski Next Club Odds: Barcelona (Bet $333 to Win $100)

According to Robert Lewandowski next club odds, he is on board with departing from Bayern Munich and joining Barcelona. Fabrizio Romano reported earlier on Monday that Lewandowski has a verbal agreement in place with the Spanish league powerhouse Barcelona. Lewandowski has a home in Spain and it's been rumored his dream is to play for Barcelona. It may be a complex deal to be made due to Barcelona's well-documented financial issues but it looks like his heart is set on a move to Barcelona. In line with Lewandowski next club odds, the oddsmakers are in agreement with these rumors.

Robert Lewandowski Next Club Odds: Bayern Munich +180 (Bet $100 to Win $180)

By the way Lewandowski is talking about his future he is no longer looking forward to playing for Bayern Munich. He is under contract for another season but a transfer to a new club appears to be his wish this summer. It's unfortunate the way his career appears to be coming to an end in professional German soccer. He's been at Bayern Munich for 8 years and has won 8 titles. He's won the Champions League and has won the golden boot of the Bundesliga five years in a row.

If Lewandowski does depart an immediate fill in could be 30-year-old Sadio Mane. Lewandowski has played in the Germany Bundesliga since 2010 and it is likely he wants a new challenge.

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Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.


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