If the discussions have started well between Barça and Bayern Munich, the price claimed for the Polish striker is still debated. An additional offer is expected to be submitted to the Bavarian club by the Blaugrana.
Will Robert Lewandowski wear the Barça jersey next season? The interest of the Catalan institution for the Pole is hardly in doubt. For his part, the striker seems determined to leave Bavaria after having spent almost ten years there. It remains to fix the details of an agreement that would suit both parties.
A second offer sent
According Sport, a first offer of around 32 million has already been submitted by FC Barcelona. A second proposal of around 40 million euros, including 5 bonuses, would have come in the process. These efforts made by Barça, however, risk being insufficient to afford the services of the serial Bundesliga scorer. Fabrizio Romano specifies that the amounts proposed by the Catalan club would not yet meet the requirements of the reigning German champion. For information, the reference site Transfermarkt estimates Lewandowski’s value at 45 million euros.
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Will Cristiano Ronaldo reshuffle the cards?
Remember that Robert Lewandowski remains under contract with his current team until June 2023. If negotiations fail this summer, Bayern could end up seeing their free star scorer leave at the end of next season. It remains to be seen whether the Bavarian general staff will be ready to take such a risk.
In this burning issue, however, one man could change everything. According to information collected by the daily AS, Bayern would indeed try to bring in Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese striker would indeed be ready to leave Manchester United this summer. If this information is obviously to be taken with extreme caution, the arrival of CR7 in Bavarian soil could well arrange the affairs of Barça. The arrival of such a reinforcement could indeed push Bayern to lower its financial demands on its former striker.