That should be sobering for world footballer Robert Lewandowski: The vice president of FC Barcelona is now calculating what would have to happen in order to be able to sign the Pole.

Sales are missing: Eduard Romeu, CFO of FC Barcelona, ​​now explained to the radio station RAC1 what sums the club would have to earn in order to make a commitment from Robert Lewandowski possible: “In order to commit Lewandowski, you would first have to triple your salary and cover the cost of his transfer.”

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Only Coutionho was sold. The club is said to be in debt with 1.35 billion euros, writes the “Bild”. In terms of income, it looks meager so far. Barca have raised just €20m from Philippe Coutinho’s sale to Aston Villa so far. So more players have to be sold.

Twice as high as Bayern: Romeu: “Our salary costs of 560 million euros are twice as high as those of Bayern.” Frenkie de Jong (25) could be on the sales list, who is said to have joined his old coach Erik ten Hag (52 ) to Manchester United could follow.