Robert Lewandowski’s former agent has been detained by police amid £18.1m blackmail plot allegations
Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski’s former agent, Cezary Kucharski grilled by police in
connection with a £18.1m blackmail plot
An investigation is underway following allegations that the agent blackmailed Lewandowski over
a fee of £18.1million. Polish media reported that Kucharski has demanded the huge sum from
the Bayern Munich forward.
But Lewandowski, 32, denies owing the former Poland international any money.
As reported by the MailOnline, Warsaw prosecutors’ office spokesman Marcin Sadus confirmed an
order was in place to detain Kucharski.
It is understood that the 48-year-old’s home and offices were searched.
Reports claim the £18.1m in question amounts to the share price of part of a joint company that
was formed in 2014. The company intended to manage Lewandowski’s future football contracts,
but it has now been closed down.
Before becoming an agent, Kucharski made his name on the pitch.
He played for Legia Warsaw, Sporting Gijon, and FC Aarau before he retired in 2006.