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Barcelona ‘make first bid for wantaway Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski’

Barcelona ‘make first offer for wanton Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski worth £30million’ but the German giants are expected to reject the offer as it falls below their player valuation

  • Robert Lewandowski publicly announced this month that he wants to leave
  • Bayern Munich don’t want to let player go for nothing next summer
  • Barcelona is considered Robert Lewandowski’s ideal destination
  • Question marks over whether Barcelona has the financial capacity to pay

Barcelona have reportedly made an opening offer for rowdy Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski.

The Polish international confessed this month that he wants to leave Bayern Munich after eight years at the club.

According to the guard, Barcelona offered the German champions £30m plus approximately £4m in add-ons. It is believed that this initial approach will be rejected as it is below Bayern Munich’s valuation.

Barcelona have reportedly made their first offer for the Bayern Munich attacker

Barcelona have reportedly made their first offer for the Bayern Munich attacker

Manager Xavi Hernandez is believed to be desperate to bring in Robert Lewandowski this summer

Manager Xavi Hernandez is believed to be desperate to bring in Robert Lewandowski this summer

It is widely known that Barcelona is the ideal destination for the player, where he would fulfill his wish and leave Germany this summer, with Catalan club Lewandowski having been identified as their main summer target.

It is believed that Lewandowski has already reached an oral agreement on a three-year contract with Barcelona.

The saga has the potential to continue, with Lewandowski and Bayern Munich appearing to be a bit at a distance over the deal.

Robert Lewandowski confirmed his intention to leave Bayern after eight years at the club

Robert Lewandowski confirmed his intention to leave Bayern after eight years at the club

Lewandowski said his career with the German club was “over” ahead of Poland’s Nations League clash with Wales earlier this month.

My era at Bayern is over. I don’t see any possibility to continue playing for this club,” he said.

“Bayern is a serious club and I don’t think they will keep me – I don’t want to play there anymore.”

‘A transfer is the best solution. I hope they don’t stop me.’

Despite Lewandowski’s insistence that he should be allowed to leave the club this summer, it was reported from Bayern Munich that he still had one year left on his current contract and that he is expected back on July 12 to prepare for the season.

That is something that has been emphasized repeatedly by various figures.

“Robert has a contract until 2023. That’s how long he will play with us,” said Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer.

However, there seems to have been a softening of tone by the club, with Bayern Munich board member for sport Hasan Salihamidzic admitting there was now a chance the Pole could leave this summer.

The Polish international is believed to see Barcelona as his favorite destination

The Polish international is believed to see Barcelona as his favorite destination

“So far it’s 100 per cent,” he said in response to a question from Sky Germany about the percentage chance that Lewandowski will stay with the club.

Despite Lewandowski wanting to join and Barcelona wanting the player so badly, the Catalan club’s ability to pay for the Pool is being questioned.

‘Do you know that Lewandowski, Koundé, Raphinha and Bernardo Silva are not coming? You know it right?’ Toni Freixa, who ran in the club’s 2021 presidential election, tweeted in response to various rumors surrounding Barcelona’s transfer activity.

Former Barcelona director Toni Freixa (right) denounces club's attempts to sell 'smoke'

Former Barcelona director Toni Freixa (right) denounces club’s attempts to sell ‘smoke’



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