Bayern Munich reportedly refused to sell Barcelona linked Robert Lewandowski during this summer’s transfer window unless they receive an offer of at least 60 million euros (52 million PS). According to a report in Spain, Barcelona will have one last chance to submit a final bid next week to reach an agreement with Bayern Munich for Robert Lewandowski. Barcelona is pushing to end the membership as Barcelona has made a second offer for the 33-year-old forward. Earlier this week, Barcelona made a €40m (€34.4m) offer to sign striker Robert Lewandowski. Still, Bayern Munich insisted the Polish player was not for sale, even if he only had one year left in the contract.
Lewandowski, 33, has publicly asked to leave the German champions this summer as Lewandowski comes in the final year of his contract. He loves Barcelona despite interest from Chelsea and Manchester United. Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo wants to spend his last years at the elite level, and now it cannot add to his career achievements. At the same time, Bayern will again fight for the Bundesliga crown and become one of the leading contenders for the Champions League victory.
The German champions refuse to sell Lewandowski on the cheap, and Sky Sports says they will only sell him for £52m. At the end of May, Bild reported that Bayern Munich wanted €20-25m ($21-26m / $17-21m) for the attacker. Fabrizio Romano has revealed that talisman striker Robert Lewandowski has a verbal deal on a three-year contract with Barcelona, but that could still create problems, according to comments from La Liga League’s boss Javier Tebassa, a cash-strapped Barcelona needs to raise new funds for an agreement with Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich has communicated the same intention to detain Polish striker Robert Lewandowski to their agent Pini Zahavi. Still, despite the announcement, CBS insider Fabrizio Romano reports the news that Barcelona has no intention of giving up on Lewandowski and will try again in the coming weeks. It’s not entirely clear whether a move to Barcelona next summer or the end of Robert Lewandowski’s contract may depend on whether Bayern Munich wants to collect a fee for him this year or are happy to see the Polish striker go for a free transfer in June 2023.
There are plenty of talented players on the available transfer market this summer. Bayern Munich will be all out as the Bavarian giants look to challenge the Champions League next season after disappointing quarter-final exits in the tournament’s last edition. According to multiple reports from Germany, According to multiple reports from Germany, Bayern Munich has wooed another Ajax talentwith midfielder Ryan Gravenberg having travelled to Munich to sign a one-term deal.