Social Zone transfer rumours: Translator speeds up Lewandowski’s exit from Bayern Munich

It’s that time of year again. The Premier League is over, the Champions League is over, and the only thing that keeps us football fans going is knowing that in a few months life will return to normal.

In the meantime, the only football-related activity we can and will indulge in is the ongoing rumor mill during the summer transfer window.

Planet Sport will spend the next few months bringing you a daily edition of our ‘Social Zone Transfer Rumours’ – a round-up of the most absurd transfer links, stories and developments in the football landscape.

For starters, it looks like Robert Lewandowski’s translator wanted to jump in early and feature in our first edition, given his monumental impact at the UEFA Nations League press conference in Poland.

If things weren’t tense enough between Lewy and Bayern Munich, the translator made the situation much more heated after adding a word to Lewy’s response.

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Lewandowski later clarified that the translator had made a mistake, and he actually said that Bayern were a “serious” club.

The Pole, who has also revealed his Bayern trip has come to an end, is currently linked with a move to Barcelona.

His national team manager, however, would prefer a move to Liverpool.

Eden Hazard’s windfall

Here’s an old transfer story with renewed implications.

According to Daily mailChelsea secured a £15million windfall after Real Madrid won the Champions League.

This is due to a clause in Eden Hazard’s contract which was added when he was transferred in 2019.

Ousmane Dembele in London

Here’s the definitive proof that Ousmane Dembele is heading to Chelsea.

I also heard the same from my cousin’s best mate’s girlfriend, who knows someone who once met Dembele’s uncle at Asda.

Cristiano Ronaldo out?

Ronaldo at Real Sociedad? That would not surprise me.

After all, Sociedad have won more league games and finished with more points than Manchester United.

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