A sudden move by Paris Saint-Germain could spoil an expected deal with Barcelona.

Paris Saint-Germain officials have lined up to sign Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, who is Barcelona’s first target during this summer’s transfers.

And Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport confirmed that the Parisian club had recently begun contacting Bavarian club officials to inquire about the possibility of selling the Polish star.

The source indicated that the French club have joined the race for Lewandowski, in whom Barcelona are showing great interest.

Barcelona have made three offers to join Lewandowski, all of which have been turned down despite the Polish striker’s announcement of his desire to leave the Bayern side this summer.

However, Lewandowski is refusing to rebel against Bayern Munich to force him to leave, as he returned to the club’s training last Monday and underwent a medical in preparation for the start of the new season.

It is worth noting that the 33-year-old Lewandowski moved to Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer in 2014 and played 375 matches, scoring 344 goals and scoring 72 goals.

Source: agencies

Related Stories