Inside Robert Lewandowski’s amazing £7million apartment in native Poland complete with a golf simulator – The Sun

ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI knows where his roots are.

Despite being based in Germany since 2010, the Bayern Munich striker was happy to splash £7million on a deluxe pad in his home city of Warsaw back in 2016.


Standard flats in the Zlota 44 tower block range between £242,000 to £1.9m, with the more pricey apartments costing up to £7m.

Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind designed the 192-metre tall block and ensured the property was fully stocked with all Lewandowski will need.

There's a state-of-the-art sports and recreation centre, a private cinema, golf simulator and wine tasting room, according to Luxurious Magazine.

Lewandowski, who rakes in about £275,000-per-week, said: "Choosing my new apartment was based on practical considerations."


He continued: "The tower provides some of the best residences in Poland, whilst the sports and recreation centre allows me to complete my training program in the highest quality surroundings.

"It is important in my profession to always have world-class training facilities on-hand and now I’m just a short elevator ride from a full-size swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, luxury spa area, as well as treatment and massage rooms.


"This was essential for me as it allows me at any given moment to complete my training program in the best surroundings."

Lewandowski, 32, has been in blistering form again this season for the Bavarians.

And he even managed to beat Gerd Muller's long-standing record of goals in a Bundesliga season – netting strike No40 in the final minute of the last game.

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