a lowered offer for Lewandowski, a big blow to come for the Blaugranas?


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“Lewandowski has a contract until 2023 and he will fulfill it”. These words from the president of Bayern Munich, Herbert Lainer, must have sent a chill to quite a few Barça supporters, who are hoping for the recruitment of the Pole, and rightly so.

In fact, this statement does not in any way indicate that the Bavarian club will push to keep its striker this summer, but the offer to be put on the table could cool Catalan enthusiasm.

Barça threatened in case of competition for Lewandowski

According to Mundo DeportivoJoan Laporta and the Blaugranas do not have an expandable financial surface to afford “RL9”, even if they can count on the future sale of 49% of Barca Licensing and Merchandising for more than 200 million euros, to Fanatics and Investindustrial.

Despite this welcome help, Barça could not compete in the event of an outbid from another club, even if Lewandowski prefers to join Catalonia. While Bild claimed yesterday that Bayern Munich was ready to let go of its striker for 40 million euros, a rich club like Paris-Saint-Germain could pull the rug out from under FC Barcelona’s feet.

The Lewandowski soap opera seems far from over.

to summarize

If Barça is Robert Lewandowski’s priority for this summer, the Blaugranas’ limited financial means could prevent them from signing the Polish striker from Bayern Munich. According to Mundo Deportivo, Barca wouldn’t compete in case of a counter-offer from another club.

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