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Barcelona Have Offered Bayern Munich Star Robert Lewandowski A Stunning Four-Year Contract

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Barcelona Have Offered Bayern Munich Star Robert Lewandowski A Stunning Four-Year Contract

Barcelona are eyeing a sensational swoop for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski and have reportedly offered him a four-year deal.

Lewandowski has once again banged in the goals for Bayern this term, finding the net a ridiculous 45 times in 37 games in all competitions.

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But despite being the main man for the Bavarians, the Poland star's future at the Allianz Arena isn't exactly set in stone and there is increasing speculation that he could depart this summer.

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According to Fichajes, Barca are waiting in the wings with a long-term contract for Lewandowski.

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The Blaugrana are looking for a superstar signing after both Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann departed the Nou Camp.

They drafted in two forwards in the form of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Ferran Torres in the January transfer window but are believed to want another marquee name, hence their interest in Erling Haaland.

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Lewandowski turns 34 in August and his contract with Bayern expires in the summer of 2023. According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Lewandowski's future is "absolutely open" - although his preference is a new deal.

"He's focused on second part of the season with Bayern -- but his current contract expires in 2023 and he wants a new deal to stay," Romano said earlier this month.

"There are still no talks between Bayern and his agent -- Lewandowski's waiting."

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Lewandowski himself has not ruled out a summer switch, though he has stressed that he remains focus on performing on the pitch.

When asked if he could move in the summer, he told Sky Sports Germany: "I am open to everything. I'm quiet.

"It is important for me to be able to focus on my game, always on what can happen in the last match.

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"Everything that remains to be done regarding the contracts is a secondary issue and remains in the background."

Topics: Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Bundesliga

Josh Lawless
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