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Robert Lewandowski ‘agrees a three-year deal with Barcelona’ as Bayern Munich exit looms

Robert Lewandowski is closer to leaving Bayern Munich after ‘agreeing a three-year deal with Barcelona’ and telling his club he wants a summer exit, with the veteran forward deal ‘between €25m and €35m’ sterling pounds’

  • Bayern Munich confirmed today that Robert Lewandowski wants to leave
  • Reports state that he has agreed a three-year deal with Barcelona.
  • The striker can switch this summer for a fee of between £25m and £35m.
  • His club will be reluctant to let him go, noting that his contract runs until 2023.

Robert Lewandowski is set to leave Bayern Munich this summer, with reports claiming the superstar striker has agreed a three-year deal to join Barcelona.

His current contract with the Bundesliga champions runs until 2023, but he has made it clear that he has no plans to sign an extension and wants to leave.

Sources in Germany, according to The timesThey have said that Lewandowski’s representatives have reached a verbal agreement for him to go to the Camp Nou.

Robert Lewandowski has agreed a three-year deal with Barcelona, ​​according to reports

Robert Lewandowski has agreed a three-year deal with Barcelona, ​​according to reports

Boss Xavi admitted that he is desperate for a new striker, and a deal may be struck this summer.

Boss Xavi admitted that he is desperate for a new striker, and a deal may be struck this summer.

Playing in Spain is said to ‘attract’ the veteran, and it is understood that Barcelona, ​​in their search for a new elite leader this summer, have made him a prime target.

However, his pursuit will be far from simple as Bayern continue to insist he is not for sale. In fact, they are convinced that Lewandowski will not leave at the end of the season.

Despite this, The Times have also reported that the Blaugrana have told the ace camp that a deal can be reached if they pay a fee of between £25m and £35m.

Lewandowski is eager for a new challenge and has now told his club that he wants to leave.

Lewandowski is eager for a new challenge and has now told his club that he wants to leave.

Today, Bayern’s director of football Hasan Salihamidzic publicly confirmed that Lewandowski will not accept an extension offer due to his desire to resign.

I spoke with Lewa. In the conversation he told me that he did not want to accept our contract extension offer and that he would like to leave the club,’ Salihamidzic told Sky Sport Germany before Bayern’s match against Wolfsburg.

He said he would like to do something else. But our attitude has not changed.

‘Lewa has a contract until June 30, 2023. That is a fact. I do not deal with that because our position has always been clear.

However, Bayern bosses were quick to insist that their superstar leader is not for sale.

However, Bayern bosses were quick to insist that their superstar leader is not for sale.

Lewandowski has enjoyed a sensational eight-year season at Bavaria, having scored 343 goals in 374 appearances. This season he has scored 49 goals in 45 games.

Since joining from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, Lewandowski has won eight Bundesliga and Champions League titles in the 2019-20 campaign.

This term, he will become the top scorer in the division for the fifth consecutive year.

Oliver Kahn, Bayern’s chief executive, told Amazon Prime last month that they would be “stupid” to let Lewandowski leave.

Lewandowski has won eight Bundesliga titles with Bayern, as well as the Champions League.

Lewandowski has won eight Bundesliga titles with Bayern, as well as the Champions League.

He said: ‘We would be stupid if we sold a player who scores 30-40 goals a season.

We are and will be in talks about his future in the coming weeks. He has a contract until June 2023 and we will definitely have him with us for one more season.

The Times say Bayern have contacted Sadio Mane’s camp, having identified the Liverpool striker as a potential replacement for Lewandowski.

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