Bayern Munich, Lewandowski: the locker room is annoyed, Barça makes its first offer

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Members of the Bayern Munich locker room would begin to annoy Robert Lewandowski’s attitude. Barça would have transmitted its first proposal to obtain his transfer.

According to information obtained by The Athletic, the soap opera Robert Lewandowski begins to generate tensions within the Bavarian formation. Some players would have expressed their annoyance, internally, believing that the outings of the Pole harmed the atmosphere. And they would now ask their leaders to quickly resolve his situation. No name was released by the media.

Barca have finally taken action, but…

The Barcelonans are apparently much less tense than the Germans. ESPN reveals that the Catalan club have passed on their… first offer to Bayern Munich. According to the outlet, the Spaniards were previously unable to do so. And the article clarifies that the arrival of the striker would generate additional problems in relation to his wage bill ceiling, which they must already reduce. The Blaugrana leaders are indeed unable to get rid of the undesirables, this beginning of the transfer window. The situation in Barcelona is such that Uli Hoeness recently indicated that the Spanish club “would have been bankrupt for a long time, in Germany”.

Frankly annoyed, the Bavarians could give up the player in the event of a proposal approaching their requirements. The Spanish press alternately claimed that sums of 40 and 50 million euros were necessary for his transfer. The financial windfall thus released could in particular allow them to catch up on PSG in the file of Hugo Ekitike. Newcastle recently abandoned the race to sign Rémois and the Parisian club seems to be in pole position to obtain its reinforcement. An amount of 35 million euros would be required to bring in the French striker.

If no agreement is reached, Robert Lewandowski plans to cut the resumption of training, indicated Sports1 a few days ago. The pressure is therefore on Bayern Munich. But beware of Chelsea, who would also closely follow the Pole’s file…



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