Robert Lewandowski’s future shall be the most discussed topic in the summer. Barcelona are pushing hard for the transfer while Bayern are reportedly not giving up yet
German magazine „kicker“ reports that Bayern Munich are demanding an offer of 40 million euros for Robert Lewandowski. German TV channel „SPORT1“ recently revealed that the Bavarians do not categorically rule out a sale internally, despite the public denials.
Although Bayern’s rumored demanded price is below Lewandowski’s current market value, which Transfermarkt estimates at 50 million euros, the club can receive a quite decent amount of income, given the short contract duration.
Barça bosses are (still) pessimistic for Lewandowski
Recently, reports have been circulating that Barcelona would like to offer almost 30 million euros for the Polish top scorer. The Spanish transfer insider Javi Miguel from “AS” reports, that Barça are now ready to increase the offer for Lewandowski to 40 million euros. The offer plays a role in putting Bayern Munich under pressure to reconsider their stance.
As it’s been revealed, Lewandowski wants to leave in the summer. According to AS, Barcelona are currently pessimistic about the transfer as there have been no talks between the two clubs so far. Bayern have still no serious intentions to Polish striker. Still, it remains to be seen if the club would hold on to a player who desperately wants to leave.