As reported by L’Équipe, the new few days are set to be decisive in the future of Bayern Munich striker, and PSG target, Robert Lewandowski.
The 33-year-old Polish forward has decided he wants to move to Barcelona this summer but is set to return to pre-season training with Munich today with the two clubs struggling to agree on a deal for the player.
Despite knowing Lewandowski wants to move to Spain, PSG are still hoping to swoop for the player the moment talks with Barcelona fail. Lewandowski’s arrival at PSG could see Neymar dropped as a result, according to L’Équipe.
A third offer from the Spanish club is expected to be submitted in the coming days. The sports daily report that the Bayern leadership are now open to the idea of selling the player but want at least €50m before adding bonuses. Barcelona’s two offers so far have been €32m and €40m plus €5m in extras.
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Over eight seasons at Bayern, Lewandowski has contributed an incredible 344 goals in 375 matches across all competitions for the club.