Bayern Munich has informed Barcelona that it has accepted the latter’s most recent offer for Robert Levandowski. Prior to this, the Bavarians had rejected a couple offers from the Blaugranas for the Polish international.
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Barcelona has finally secured their target after reaching an agreement with Bayern Munich on Robert Lewandowski’s transfer. The 33-year-old submitted his transfer request to the Catalan giants earlier this summer as he sought a fresh career challenge. The relocation is anticipated to be finished soon. Raphinha Transfer Information: In principle, Barcelona and Leeds United have reached an agreement to sign a Brazilian winger.
Fabrizio Romano claims that Bayern Munich has informed Barcelona that they have accepted their most recent offer for Robert Levandowski. Prior to this, the Bavarians had rejected a couple offers from the Blaugranas for the Polish international.
The club granted Robert Lewandowski’s request to leave in the summer so that he could finalize a transfer to Barcelona after he joined the Germans in 2014. The Catalans and the Pole had already established a personal understanding, and now the clubs have as well.
Here we go: Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona! FC Bayern has just informed Barça that their last offer has been accepted. All sides have finally reached a consensus. 🚨🔵🔴 #FCB
Lewandowski requested that Bayern leave on Friday as well since he would like to join Barcelona over the weekend. 🇵🇱 pic.twitter.com/nmodHuNscw
Tweeted by Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano). July 15, 2022
It’s known that the 33-year-old will visit Catalonia this weekend to finish the relocation. Once he passes his physical, the striker, who had previously stated his desire to play for the Blaugranas, will be introduced as a member of the Catalan club.
In order to prevent any tension between Robert Lewandowski and the fans, Bayern Munich intended to resolve Robert Lewandowski’s future before presenting their official team to the crowd on July 16. The club has opted to accept Barcelona’s offer in the midst of this.
Barcelona and the German team have agreed on a transfer cost for the Polish striker of roughly €50 million, including add-ons. He will be the Catalans’ fourth season-long major signing after Raphinha, Franck Kessie, and Andreas Christensen. (The aforementioned article originally ran on LatestLY on July 16, 2022 at 12:32 PM IST. Visit our website latestly.com for more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle.