The transfer poker surrounding Robert Lewandowski is entering a heated phase. According to current media reports, Bayern want to clarify by the end of the week how the Poles will proceed. According to reports, they are awaiting a new offer from FC Barcelona at Säbener Straße. If the two clubs do not reach an agreement in the coming days, the 33-year-old could face a lonely time.
Although there were reports earlier in the week that FC Barcelona wanted to make an improved offer for Lewandowski, which could meet Bayern’s transfer fee (50 million euros), nothing has happened so far.
Will Bayern voluntarily drop Lewandowski on their US tour?
The Catalans don’t seem to be in a hurry, but there could be plenty more moves in transfer poker before the end of the week. The reason: Both Barcelona and Bayern will soon travel to the US to do parts of their summer preparations there. Both clubs are trying to complete the transfer window around Lewandowski by then.
As “SPORT1” reported this week, Lewandowski definitely does not want to travel to America with Bayern. According to “Kicker”, Bayern bosses are considering leaving the striker in Munich if no agreement is reached with Barcelona by next Monday. In simple terms: the Pole must be fit in Munich with personal training.
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