YesThe history of cancer is full of what ifs, and Robert Lewandowski has a story of his own. Polish sensation who once scored goals in Borussia Dortmund, Bayern, and now does it in Barcelonathree great players in Europe, in 2010 was going to go a different way. In the same year he changed Lech Poznań per Borussia Dortmund, who had then a promising coach Jürgen Klopp.
The volcanic eruption kept Lewandowski out of the Premier League.
Before signing for the German side, Lewandowski was inches from putting pen to paper for the historic English club. Blackburn Rovers. The Pole was about to go to England to visit the facilities of the English team… but then the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajkull stopped air traffic in Europe for several weeks.
As a result, Lewandowski was unable to visit the Blackburn Rovers facilities. “Did it change my life? No doubt, maybe if I had met Blackburn, I would have stayed there,” the Pole sometimes said.
Lewandowski was also close to the La Liga team in 2010.
And even before that, Lewandowski had the opportunity to play in League. It was Zaragoza who set their sights on the top scorer of the Polish league. The interest of the team (now led by Miami developer Jorge Mas) was published by the Polish media Przeglad Sportowe and MARCA repeated this information. Zaragoza was ready to pay four million euros for a rising star. Considering what has happened since then, it probably was Spanish club’s best investment.
What is Robert Lewandowski’s hobby?
Other little known Lewandowski facts include his lifestyle and hobbies. In an article published League, it is noted that the Pole is fond of fitness, and this is one of the keys to his good shape at 34 years old. According to this information, Lewandowski controls even the positions in which he sleeps to avoid injury. He also diets as much as possible. Javier Martinez, his teammate at Bayern noted that no matter how hard he tried, he was never able to get him to taste any sweets.
As for hobbies, the Polish striker enjoys playing tennis, golf and, above all, visiting Formula 1 roots.