Barcelona ‘will do EVERYTHING they can to sign Robert Lewandowski on a three-year contract this summer’ as the Polish striker’s agent ‘prepares to hold showdown talks with Bayern Munich next week’ with his future in the balance
- Barcelona are willing to do everything to sign Robert Lewandowski in summer
- Polish striker has asked his agent to assess options ahead of Bayern Munich exit
- Lewandowski has rejected contract extensions – his current deal ends in 2023
- Agent of striker will hold talks with the German giants this week over new deal
Barcelona will do everything they can to sign Robert Lewandowski in the summer – with the Polish star’s deal in Germany running out next year.
The Bayern Munich striker has been on Barcelona’s radar for nearly a year now and with his contract at the Allianz Arena coming to an end in 2023 – the Catalan club are preparing to make a move in the summer.
Lewandowski’s agent will sit down with his current club this week to discuss a possible extension – but any resolve there is looking increasing unlikely.
Robert Lewandowski could make a switch from Bayern Munich to Barcelona in the summer
Following the departure of Lionel Messi last summer, the Barcelona hierarchy feel that the club is devoid of leaders and big names that will put the team on their backs when needed – a gap that Lewandowski fills.
The club are willing to offer the 33-year-old a three-year contract, subject to his request, should they reach an agreement with Bayern Munich.
The Polish striker currently sits second in the all-time Bundesliga top goalscorer list with 309 goals in 379 appearances – as well as his nine league titles at both Munich at Borussia Dortmund.
Barcelona coach and former player Xavi could orchestrate the move for Lewandowski to Spain
Lewandowski is the second highest scorer in Bundesliga history with 309 league goals
There is currently nothing in place for the deal to go through – but Lewandowski and his agent are certainly interested in the Catalan giants.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side have made it clear they have no intentions of letting the Pole leave the club – despite his contract running out at the end of next season.
Xavi’s side became aware of Lewandowski’s situation in January after being told his contract extension talks with Bayern Munich had gone cold.