The President of Barcelona spoke about the latest developments regarding the deal with Lewandowski.

Barcelona President Joan Laporta has confirmed that the administration is waiting for Bayern Munich’s reaction to the Catalan team’s offer to sign Polish striker Robert Lewandowski.

Lewandowski has asked Bayern Munich’s management to allow him to leave during the current summer transfer period, despite extending his contract until the end of next season.

Laporta said in a press statement today, Thursday, while introducing his newest player, Danish defender Anders Christensen: “FC Barcelona has 125 years of history and there are several clubs with a history like Barça.

The Barcelona president added: “We respect Bayern Munich. We have already made an official offer to join Lewandowski. We are waiting for a response from Bayern and we will see if it is positive or not.”

According to newspaper Marca, Bayern Munich have agreed that Barcelona will pay 50 million euros upfront if they want to sign Lewandowski this summer.

The newspaper pointed out that the German club is refusing to pay the deal in installments or pay 40 million euros in advance apart from variables, as it believes that Barcelona could go bankrupt within a year or two.

It is known that 33-year-old Robert Lewandowski wants to go to Barcelona, ​​which made him an offer for 3 seasons.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the European transfer market, has confirmed that the Polish striker’s desire has not changed and he is still insisting on his decision to move to Barcelona this summer.

He added that Lewandowski agreed with Barça all the personal terms and contract terms and did not enter into negotiations with any other club.

Source: agencies

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