Robert Lewandowski has agreed to terms with Barcelona, according to reports from Sport1. According to Sky Sports Florian Plettenberg, Bayern Munich star forward Robert Lewandowski has agreed to a personal terms deal with Barcelona. According to reports, Chelsea is interested in signing Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, but they are still out of the running in Barcelona’s pursuit of Barcelona’s No. 9.
With speculation circulating this last week about Robert Lewandowski wanting to swap his Bayern Munich shirts for a Barcelona one, it is bound to be brought up when Bayern Munich chief executive Oliver Kahn spoke with Amazon Prime ahead of the Oliver Kahn-led League match. On 12 May, Sky Germany claimed that Robert Lewandowski informed Bayern Munich he would not renew his contract at the Volkswagen Arena. Instead of waiting for him to be a free agent in 2023, he wanted to join Barcelona ahead of next season. During a conversation, Robert Lewandowski informed Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic that he did not wish to accept Bayern Munich’s offers to extend his contract and wanted to leave the club.
Renewal talks broke down between Robert Lewandowski and Bayern Munich as representatives of the player explicitly said he wouldn’t be signing a renewal. With more than one year remaining on Robert Lewandowski as a contract, any interested parties would have to first talk with the Bayern board. The Guardian writes Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski instead join Barcelona and has already agreed to a three-year contract with the club.
Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea had significant interest in Robert Lewandowski last year, per Fabrizio Romano, with the former possibly pursuing the elite new forward. Real Madrid is again in the market for a marquee striker following their failure to sign Kylian Mbappe. They may be looking to Robert Lewandowski, with his surroundings reportedly offering him to Carlo Ancelotti’s team. However, according to Spanish news outlet AS, Madrid may have the players in place for Lewandowski, despite having Karim Benzema.
Specifics about the possible fee for Lewandowski are not listed; other than that, the forward’s needs may well be addressed by FC Barcelona. Furthermore, ESPN reporter Moises Llorens said that the Bayern Munich-FC Barcelona relationship had been somewhat fracturing since the debacle of the Champions League, and Barcelona would prefer not to risk damaging it further by trying to pry Robert Lewandowski away. This was confirmed a few weeks ago by Bayerns Personal Chairman Herbert Harinder, as the Bayern Personal Chairman spoke in Germany regarding rumours pointing the forward out of Bayern Munich.