Not a day without new speculation about the future of Robert Lewandowski. According to the current status, the world footballer who is willing to change has to stay at FC Bayern and is not allowed to join FC Barcelona, which in turn is trying everything to sign the world footballer. But the Catalans made their calculations without Munich. Not only are they sticking to their veto, they are also covering their ears in a figurative sense, according to sources in Spain.
The change saga around Robert Lewandowski could last until the beginning of September, because the last day of the summer transfer window is September 1st, 2022. So there are still almost 70 days left in which the gazettes will continue to roll over regularly with new reports. This time it’s the Spanish “Sport” that wants to know that Lewandowski’s situation is apparently pretty hopeless at the moment.
While the star striker has no desire to appear at the start of FC Bayern’s training, he may not have any other option at the same time. Because the offers from FC Barcelona, the biggest prospect for the 33-year-old, are currently going nowhere, despite all efforts, it looks like. According to information from “Sport”, those responsible for Bayern around sports director Hasan Salihamidzic and CEO Oliver Kahn refuse to listen to the Barca offers at all.
FC Bayern: Lewandowski is in top form
Nevertheless, the report in the Spanish newspaper goes on to say that the runners-up from last season are confident that they can still enter into negotiations with Munich and even sign Lewandowski until the middle of next month so that he can get as much of the can take part in preparing for the season.
Lewandowski himself was last in great shape on Instagram. In the latest photo, the world footballer can be seen in a pool. He proudly presents his steeled body. Whether he will be in the jersey of FC Bayern or FC Barcelona in 2022/23 will also depend on whether the Spaniards significantly increase their offer.
The last offer is said to have been 35 million euros, but the German series champion is probably only ready to talk at 50 million euros at the earliest. Despite all the vetoes and “bastas” (Oliver Kahn).