Robert Lewandowski will remain at FC Bayern until his contract expires in 2023 – that is the attitude of FC Bayern’s management team to the star striker’s move to FC Barcelona. It remains to be seen whether this opinion will hold up until the end of the summer. Because the Catalans want to make an offer that Munich cannot refuse.

Mega offer: FC Barcelona wants to return to the top of Europe. The transfer of Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern should be the most important piece of the puzzle. But the people of Munich are still stubborn and don’t want to sell the 33-year-old. As the Spanish “AS” reports, the Catalans want to dig deep into their pockets and should be prepared to put up to 60 million euros on the table for a change.

Nine million a year? However, the same report also states that Barcelona and Lewandowski have already agreed on a three-year deal. This corresponds to several media reports, but the nine million euros annual salary reported by “AS” seems unrealistic, since Lewandowski earns around 23 to 24 million euros a year in Munich.

Broke club: The president of the Spanish Primera Division, Javier Tebas, is skeptical: “The numbers are very simple: they have lost over 500 million euros in the past two years, which they have to recover to sign players. Lewandowski still has a year’s contract with FC Bayern and with what he wants to earn and what Bayern demands as a fee, I don’t see him in Barcelona,” quoted “Marca” Tebas.

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