Xavi’s statements this Saturday. Técnico doesn’t see age as a barrier to signing the Pole, or any other player.
With another year on the contract with Bayern Munich, Lewandowski has been a hot topic in the market. The Polish striker still shines brightly despite being 34 years old and continues to be associated with Barcelona. Xavi, coach of the Catalans, spoke of one of the great scorers in European football and paid little attention to his age, even pointing to the example of Ronaldo.
“We signed Dani Alves at the age of 38. It’s not a question of age, what matters is performance. Footballers take care of themselves and every year they are more professionals. Every footballer is a world. Ibrahimovic, Modric, Dani Alves. “… Everyone has very high performances in important clubs. Cristiano and Messi too. Age is not a priority. What matters is that we improve,” said Xavi, in the preview of the game with Getafe.
Juventus’ Morata was also approached in the conversation with reporters. “Talking about players who aren’t ours is something that doesn’t interest me. The situation is what we have,” he replied.