Robert Lewandowski 'Agrees Three-Year Contract With Barcelona' Ahead Of Potential Summer Move From Bayern Munich
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Robert Lewandowski has reportedly agreed a three-year contract with Barcelona ahead of a potential summer transfer from Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski, 33, is out of contract at Bayern in 2023 and talks have stalled over a new deal for the striker, who has scored 340 goals 369 games for the German club.
Bayern are said to be reluctant to offer Lewandowski a new long-term contract and the Poland international has now set his sights on a move to the Nou Camp.
Polish outlet Interia Sport claims Barcelona and Lewandowski have reached an agreement over a ‘three-year multi-million pound’ contract.
The report claims Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Liverpool were also interested in Lewandowski, but the striker has committed his future to Barcelona.
Polish TV channel TVP Sport claims Lewandowski has already informed Bayern CEO, former goalkeeper Oliver Kahn, that he plans to leave the club this summer.
Bayern are said to value Lewandowski at around £55m but could be willing to sell him for a lower fee as part of swap deal for Barcelona full-back Sergino Dest.
Dest, 21, was linked with Bayern before he joined Barcelona in a £23.8m move from Ajax in 2019.
The United States international has gone on to make 68 appearances for Barcelona but could be allowed to leave the club to facilitate a move for Lewandowski.
Speaking to Sky Sports Germany last month, Lewandowski hinted he would be willing to leave Bayern this summer.
“I am open to everything,” he said.
“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.
“Everything that remains to be done regarding contracts is a secondary issue and remains in the background.”
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