Barcelona yet to make offer for Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski’s Bayern Munich contract expires in 2023 and Bayern’s renewal proposal has not gone down well with the player, as it would only be for one more year and without a salary increase, remaining at €20 million between fixed and variable payments.

Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić has confirmed to Sky Germany that Lewandowski wants to leave: “I spoke to Robert. He informed me that he did not want to accept our extension offer and that he would like to leave the club.”

Barça are working to be able to have the option of signing top players, but, as of today, the club does not have the financial capacity to afford a signing like Lewandowski, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The agreement for the sale of 49% of Barça Licensing and Merchandising for more than €200 million to Fanatics and Investindustrial is almost closed, and that would help the club financially.

If Barça were to make an offer for Lewandowski, they would find it difficult to compete with other big clubs. The Polish forward knows this, although his initial preference is to move to Camp Nou, with Catalan outlet Sport reporting that he has his heart set on a Barcelona move.

The Catalan club have yet to make an offer to Bayern for the Poland international. Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Lewandowski has not been happy with the situation at Bayern for months and Barça are prepared to offer him what he wants.

This season, he has 34 goals and three assists in 33 league fixtures, and 13 goals with three assists in his 10 Champions League games.


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