Done Deal : Lewandowski announces a final ‘summit’ for his future to join Barcelona
Robert Lewandowski has broken his silence and has spoken, for the first time, about his contractual situation with Bayern Munich, announcing an imminent meeting to resolve his future.
The Bayern of Munich is of party after achieving his tenth Bundesliga consecutive. The group directed by Julian Nagelsmann has topped champion after winning to the Borussia Dortmund in ‘der Klassiker’ in the Allianz Sand. Robert Lewandowski was one of the big protagonist of the afternoon, with a goal in the first part, but also by some statements post-split.
The Polish forward will go in in his last year of agreement with the Bayern (until 30 June 2023) and still has not renewed. It has existed a lot of difference between what he asks and what the group muniqués offers. And it is that, Lewandowski wants to renew by the next three seasons, whereas the Bavarian directors want to sign it by a year more.
Up to now, the ‘9’ of the Bayern had not pronounced officially on his contractual situation, but after the victory of his team in front of the Dortmund has offered some statements to ‘Sky Sports’ in which it affirmed that it lives a moment complicated: “Habrá a prompt meeting, but up to now has not happened at all special. Also I am to the so much of all what is happening. The situation is not easy for me”.
Likewise, the player of 33 years was questioned on if it wishes to remain in the Bayern, aiming that “we go to see which raisin, depends on the two parts” adding besides that “I also have read what says in the means. Only I can say that it does not have to see with me”, it finished signalling.
The Barça wants to Lewandowski
The FC Barcelona is very interested in the traspaso of the international with Poland of face to the next season and would have gathered with his agent in a few occasions. The culés, in any case, remain very attentive to his situation and would be had to go in in the ‘bidding’ by him, although diverse sources have stood out that the culés would not pay more than 30 million euros, whereas the Bayern would ask 60 or 70 ‘kilos’ to leave it go out this summer.