Agreement for Lewandowski, the big announcement from FC Bayern

PSG Mercato: Robert Lewandowski would have agreed with Barça in the sights of Paris SG. The culé club has taken stock of the Bayern striker.

PSG Mercato: Robert Lewandowski made his choice

After eight seasons of good and faithful service under the colors of FC Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski seems determined to offer a new challenge away from the Bundesliga. Announced across Europe including Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Manchester United and FC Barcelona, ​​the 33-year-old forward would have made his choice for the remainder of his career. After several weeks of negotiations between Barça management and representatives of the Poland international, an agreement was reached on a transfer in the next summer transfer window on the basis of a three-year contract, i.e. until 2025.

In addition, the Polish media DVT sport assures that the Bayern Munich No9 would have warned his management about his desire to join the Catalan club this summer. However, Robert Lewandowski is still under contract until June 2023, and Bayern, who have not yet decided, have the last word. According to information from the transfer window specialist from Sky Sports ItalyGianluca Di Marzio could let the German club go Lewandowski for an offer between 70 and 80 million euros. A sum that Barça consider excessive as they don’t intend to pay more than €30m in this case. Only Joan Laporta and the decision-makers of the Culé club seem to know nothing about said talks with the Lewandowski clan.

PSG Mercato: Barça denies for Robert Lewandowski

In its current edition, the Mundo Deportivowho got in touch with FC Barcelona management reveals that the Blaugranas make sure that no negotiations have started Robert Lewandowski or with his representatives to discuss his transfer. The Spanish club has therefore denied its supposed agreement with the Warsaw-born and specified that the Bavarian striker is just one of the various options that the club’s management is examining to strengthen the offensive sector of Xavi Hernandez’s team.

In Germany, Oliver Kahnthe president of the Bundesliga leaders also told Prime Video Germany on Tuesday that his club had no intention of even talking to anyone about his player’s possible departure. “We are not crazy to discuss the transfer of a player who scores 30-40 goals for us every season. We will definitely have him with us for another season.”started the Bavarian leader.

Paris Saint-Germain and all other applicants for the former Borussia Dortmund center forward are therefore warned.

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