Tuesday, February 27, 2024

CONFIRMED! Barcelona REACH Agreement On Robert Lewandowski! (Details)

by News
0 comment
Lewandowski

Bayern Munich and Barcelona have finally reached an agreement on Robert Lewandowski, MySportDab reports.

Lewandowski made Barcelona his choice destination after declaring his intention to leave.

Bayern was not keen on selling the player and had previously ignored bids by Barcelona

Fabrizio has finally confirmed that the Spanish giant and Germa giant have eventually reached an agreement on Robert Lewandowski.

READ ALSO: Lewandowski: Chelsea Plans SHOCK Move As Bayern Munich Sets Deadline! (Details)

Bayern Munich has finally accepted Barcelona’s offer for the player and is ready to let him leave.

He will join the Catalans on Friday with all agreements already in place.

Barcelona was intent on signing Lewandowski and have had the assurances of the Poland international.

Despite previous opposition by Bayern, Lewandowski was intent on his departure and has informed the club since February.

Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamodzic had personally stated that Bayern expects Lewa to fulfil his contractual obligations to the club.

They were expecting Lewandowski to complete his remaining one-year contract with the club.

But Lewandowski was bent on leaving the club to his chosen destination despite opposition.

It appears that the Bavarians have finally yielded to pressure and are ready to let him go.

Lewandowski is reportedly set to sign his Barcelona contract next week with a verbal agreement already on the ground since February.

The 33-year-old has verbally agreed on a 3-year-contract with Barcelona.

Barcelona will now pay Bayern Munich €50m million, including add-ons.

Chelsea indicated strong interest in signing Robert Lewandowski and approached the player for a potential deal.

PSG was also on the trail of Lewandowski as well.

Lewandowski still opted for Barcelona after being approached in February.

Lewandowski scored 344 goals in 374 appearances in all competitions throughout his seven years spell with Bayern Munich.

Share Now:

You may also like

About Us

MySportDab logo

MySportDab Sports

Feature Posts

Newsletter

Adblock Detected

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker extension and you can access our website.