After the sale of Erling Haaland to Manchester City, now it seems that the summer novel will be Robert Lewandowski, who has not renewed his contract with Bayern Munich and the club is already thinking about selling him.
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According to the Bild newspaper, the Bavarians' board has begun to open the door for the Polish striker to leave the institution this summer in a definitive sale.
That is why they are willing to sell Lewandowski if an offer of between 35 and 40 million euros arrives for him, a way to avoid further escalation of a conflict that could lead to problems in the squad.
Lewandowski and Bayern at loggerheads?
The 33-year-old striker would be angry with his management and would have made it known in the locker room by declaring his intention to leave, according to Bild, which is why the board stopped declaring him non-transferable since they consider that the renewal agreement is no longer possible.
Although his contract expires in June 2023, they consider that keeping him on the team could affect performance and the leaders consider that a sale sounds logical, as it would bring around 40 million to the German club's coffers.
Which team would be willing to pay for him?
Lewandowski has been rumored for FC Barcelona, and it was even mentioned that he would be very close, although the Catalans will need to adjust their finances to be able to buy elements of the Polish striker's caliber.