Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski remains the question mark of the summer over his possible departure from the Bavarian club.
The Pole has already expressed on several occasions his desire to leave the club and the board has already put a price on his transfer. Barcelona, who want his services, will have to pay 40 million euros.
The possible departure of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern continues to move forward and the Munich club have already put a price tag on the Polish striker’s exit. The team that wants to sign the player will have to pay an amount of 40 million euros.
This was revealed by the newspaper ‘Bild’, which revealed the amount set by Bayern Munich, who, since the beginning of the soap opera, have always maintained a position far from wanting to sell the player. In fact, until recently, it was rumoured that the striker would serve out the remaining year of his contract.
Among the favourites to acquire the player’s services are Barcelona. The Catalan giants have had the player on their agenda for several months, but this news could be a setback. The institution would have to make an important investment in an economically compromised situation.
At the same time, it is not only Barca who will have been keeping an eye on this news, as there are other clubs who are also keen to bring in the Polish international. Chelsea, who could part with Lukaku in the summer transfer window, would also be willing to enter the bidding for the attacker.