Barcelona officials are reportedly scheduled to meet Bayern Munich next week and present the Bundesliga champions with a “final offer” for forward Robert Lewandowski. Meanwhile, information from Germany comes that the Bavarians intend to increase the amount requested for the Polish sniper from EUR 50 to 60 million.
“Diario Sport” reports that the Catalans are acting after the first leverage, which is to sell future TV rights.
Barcelona is hoping for a transfer deal under Lewandowski and is looking at it with “optimism as Bayern has opened the door to selling and the aim is to pay a fair price.”
Determining the fee, however, becomes more and more complicated. Bayern first demanded 50 million euros for the 33-year-old, which Barca considers to be “excessive”.
The report “Diario Sport” does not specify how much “Blaugrana” is ready to offer, but informs that the new offer will leave “little room for negotiations”. The Catalans also promised Lewandowski that “they would do anything to approve him quickly.”
There is also talk in Germany about a new offer. Sky Sport believes a transfer is now “more likely”, but believes Bayern may have just raised. Sky Sport Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg informs that in transfer poker Bayern is raising the price and wants to receive 60 million euro for Lewandowski.
Lewandowski has already spoken publicly about his intention to leave Bayern this summer, although previously the Bavarians seemed adamant that they wanted him to live to see the last year of his contract at the Allianz Arena.
Source From: Gazetakrakowska