Robert Lewandowski's five-goal performance against Wolfsburg has resonated around the world. The Bayern Munich striker came off the bench at half time and hammered five past Wolfsburg in nine minutes, including an incredible acrobatic effort to round off his historic haul. Taking full advantage of the player's state of grace – German media described Lewandowski as a "footballing god" – the player's agent, Cezary Kucharski, gave a timely interview with Polish television channel TVN24: "I have a plan in mind for Lewandowski's future."
Despite having a contract with Bayern until 2019, there was plenty of talk about a possible transfer from the Allianz Arena during the summer window, an idea his agent has been keen to reignite. "Manchester? It always rains there. Barcelona or Madrid? They are nice places, and in Spain there is the best atmosphere for playing football."
In order not to rub his client's current employers up the wrong way, Kucharski also praised Munich as "a very beautiful city and a great place to live."