FC Barcelona has made an official offer for the courted Robert Lewandowski, but no response has been received from Munich, as reported by several media outlets. But why not?

No response to Barcelona: Apparently, Bayern have not yet responded to the €32m offer that Barcelona sent to Munich. If you are so sure with the German champions not to let Robert Lewandowski (33) go, you could have rejected it immediately. So why are Bayern hesitating?

New theory: According to information from “Sky” transfer expert Florian Plettenberg, Munich would let their top scorer go in the summer if they could instead sign Stuttgart’s Sasa Kalajdzic (24) and Liverpool’s Sadio Mané (30) to double the world footballer substitute. The people of Munich are working on that.

High costs: Mané would have to pay around 50 million euros, Kalajdzic around 25 million. Therefore, Barcelona would have to bid at least 40m for Lewandowski. The current opening offer of 32 million is obviously not enough. But the people of Munich don’t want to completely slam this source of income Barcelona yet. It remains exciting.

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