The future of Robert Lewandowski is up in the air. Although his contract with Bayern does not expire until June 2023, the Bavarian club is considering releasing him this summer, because if he does not renew his contract, he will leave for free in a year's time.
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Lewandowski has several options on the table. Barça and PSG are interested in signing him. Bayern, for their part, would also have the opportunity to offer him a renewal. The Pole has not yet made up his mind.
Barcelona is taking positions to try to take the striker in the summer, or so says 'Sport'. According to the Catalan newspaper, since there are no movements in the possible signings of Erling Haaland, the favorite for the attack, and Mohamed Salah, the alternative to the Norwegian, Lewandowski adds integers to disembark at the Camp Nou.
However, due to Barcelona's financial problems, the Spanish side is not willing to offer a large amount of money for the Polish player, a situation that does not please the Germans, as they want a good offer to let Lewandowski leave.
How much money will Barcelona bid for Lewandowski?
According to transfer expert Gerard Moreno, Barça have informed Lewandowski's side that they would be willing to offer a fee of between €25 million and €30 million to Bayern Munich to sign him.
Romero also insists that the Bundesliga champions are asking for a fee of 60 million euros for their prolific striker.
On the other hand, Fabrizio Romano, in his official profiles on social networks, has indicated that there is still no agreement between Barcelona and Lewandowski. The journalist specialized in transfers adds that the Bavarians want to keep him and that they have not yet received a communication from them about their decision.
PSG is another strong contender
Paris Saint-Germain are also interested, as the signing is not yet official on the trail of Lewandowski. With the Parisians' spending power, 'beating' them in the transfer window would be a great victory for Joan Laporta, who would show that his club can compete with the big clubs in the transfer window as well.
It is also true that the French have much of their efforts aimed at the renewal of Kylian Mbappé. His contract ends in a couple of months and Real Madrid are very close to signing him, so Leonardo, sporting director of the French team, is considering using the margin created by the new 'Financial Fair Play' to make him a succulent proposal... which would avoid spending this money on 'Lewy'.