The option of Robert Lewandowski had been sounding for Barcelona for weeks and everything seems to indicate that yes, it will happen.
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After 'Sport' reported that the Culés had made him a contract offer of three seasons, the Polish channel 'TVP Sport' indicates that he has accepted and that there is already a total consensus between the parties for him to wear the Azulgrana shirt in the 22-23 season. In addition, other media from the player's home country indicate that they have checked the agreement and that it is real.
Bayern Munich already knows the player's decision. He has already informed Oliver Kahn, the Bavarian club's general manager, of his decision.
If Lewandowski's signing with Barcelona is confirmed, it will be the first time he has left the Bundesliga in his professional career. He has been playing in this big league since he left Lech Poznan and, at 33 years of age, would cause quite a stir. He is The Best 2021 and would once again fight for achievements of this caliber both individually and collectively under Xavi Hernandez.
The 3 reasons why Lewandowski will join Barcelona
- The Bayern Munich board will facilitate his departure by not demanding as much money as it could, a fundamental aspect for the offices of the Condal City to be able to assume the payment.
- Joan Laporta and Pini Zahavi, the player's agent, have a great relationship that has facilitated talks with the club, who have been told that they would be willing to offer Lewandowski a three-year contract.
- The striker will turn 34 in August, but Barcelona are not worried about his age. They believe he is at a high level and can perform at his best in the coming years, so they would be willing to offer the Pole three seasons.
Lewandowski, Bayern Munich legend
Few would imagine Bayern Munich without Robert Lewandowski in their ranks. The 33-year-old striker is a living legend for the Bavarian outfit, having made history in the club after eight seasons.
‘Lewy' has scored a whopping 340 goals in the 369 official matches he has played, figures with which he has already made history, not only in Bayern but also in German soccer. And if we add these figures to the 103 goals he scored during his time with Borussia Dortmund, the records are masterful.
In total, the Poland international has played 379 Bundesliga games, scored a whopping 309 goals, and provided 57 assists.