Robert Lewandowski ‘is ready to take drastic action to force through his Barcelona move’
Robert Lewandowski is ready to take drastic measures to force his transfer to Barcelona, with the striker getting ‘angry’ at Bayern Munich for refusing to engage in talks and ‘ready to speak out publicly against his club again’
- Robert Lewandowski desperately wants to transfer from Bayern Munich to Barcelona
- Talks are tense, however, with the striker poised to take action on the move
- According to reports, he is willing to speak out publicly to force the switch
- Lewandowski may even decide not to report to pre-season preparation this summer
According to reports, Robert Lewandowski is poised to take drastic steps to force his move from Bayern Munich to Barcelona this summer.
The striker is said to have signed a two-year deal with the LaLiga giants, with the option of a third, but early attempts to leave his current club have proved fruitless.
It has been pointed out by Sport that Bayern are refusing to talk, and so far they have turned back any interest from Barcelona, expecting the ace to expire his contract.
Robert Lewandowski is ready to take drastic measures to force his move to Barcelona
However, the same publication claims that Lewandowski will make another public appearance if the standoff continues, with the transfer saga threatening to boil over.
As the robbery continues, the main aim of the parties will be to prevent the possible departure of the frontman from turning into an unsavory soap opera.
Sport have added that Lewandowski has made it clear that he will not sign up for season preparation in the coming weeks, instead urging Bayern to negotiate.
Xavi would like the frontman to join the club as soon as possible, but the talks are proving difficult
There was a talk between the ace and his club in Mallorca, where he made it clear that he had no intention of changing his mind and that he expects an amicable solution.
Bayern have taken note, but have yet to relax their stance.
On the other hand, Barcelona are hopeful that Lewandowski will be able to join them and join their squad for the start of their preparation in the second week of July.
Next week could therefore be decisive and the Blaugrana may return with a new offer in the hope that the talks can finally be concluded.
According to reports, Lewandowski could subsequently decide not to sign up for the pre-season
At the Camp Nou, the figures have been surprised by the harshness of Bayern’s reluctance to unload their talisman, but understand it is a position to appease their supporters.
“Robert has a contract until 2023. That’s how long he will play with us,” Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer said in response to the lengthy move.
The club signed Sadio Mane of Liverpool as a possible replacement for the star.