Polish media reported that Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski will leave the club this summer, to exchange Allianz Arena with Camp Nou.
Lewandowski has been the best striker in world football over the past five years, scoring 340 goals in 369 matches for the Bundesliga side since moving from Borussia Dortmund to Bavaria on a free transfer in 2014.
And this season has not abated, as the Polish striker has scored an impressive 32 goals in 29 Bundesliga matches, in addition to 12 goals in 9 Champions League matches so far.
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But, this could be the end of the happy union between Liwa and Bayern Munich this summer, with talks on a new contract not opening and his current deal expiring in 2023.
When asked about the situation in March, the forward’s 33-year-old agent told Kicker ‘I can confirm that there has been no contact with Bayern Munich yet. [over a new contract]This left Barcelona to explore its options.
Robert Lewandowski’s agent Benny Zahavi when asked about the contract status: “I can confirm that there has been no contact with Bayern Munich yet,” Kicker said. ⚠️🔴 # Bayern Munich
Lewandowski is not happy with the current situation. A new deal in the summer or he’ll be ready to leave. pic.twitter.com/oPM8aXcmzc
– Fabrizio Romano March 16, 2022
Lewandowski to Barcelona in the works
And now, according to the Polish outlet TVSportThe veteran striker is set to sign a contract with Barcelona this summer.
“As we laid down, Lewandowski He will not sign a new contract with Bayern Munich. We learned from the player’s inner circle that the attacker has already contacted them Barcelona’, the report claims.
Meanwhile, he is alleged to have informed the CEO of Bayern Munich, the great former goalkeeper Oliver Kahn, of his plans.
Inform the pole Oliver Kahn about his decision. Bayern authorities already know this “Lewy” He will start a relationship with a new employer, they add.
Should he join Xavi and his buddies? At the Nou Camp, he would have made history as the first Polish player in the club’s history. However, it remains to be seen if the clubs will agree to the fee.