News reports confirmed that Barcelona had raised its offer to Bayern Munich in order to obtain the services of its star and veteran striker, Polish Robert Lewandowski.
And the sports newspaper (Sport) published today in its cover that the Catalan club headed by Joan Laporta made an offer worth 32 million euros, in addition to another five million as variables, on Bayern Munich to join Lewandowski, who has a year left in his contract with the Bavarian club.
This figure is still far from the 50 million euros that Bayern requires in order to dispense with its Polish top scorer and the best FIFA world player in the last two years.
It is possible that the Bayern administration will reject this offer, and may accept a fixed amount of 40 million euros, in addition to the variables, a number that Barcelona does not want to reach due to the deteriorating economic situation within its walls.
The newspaper pointed out that Lewandowski agreed with Barcelona on everything if he moved to him, as the contract period would be two years with the possibility of extending it for another year, and he did not want to return to Munich, where he is currently spending his vacation in Mallorca, Spain.
Leva, 33, joined Bayern in the summer of 2014 from Borussia Dortmund and crowned them with the Bundesliga title 10 times, 8 times with Bayern and twice with Dortmund, in addition to winning the Champions League once with Bayern and the German Cup 3 times with Bayern and once with Dortmund and the local Super 5 times. With Bayern, once with Dortmund, the European Super once, and the World Cup with Bayern once.
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