Robert Lewandowski will complete a move to Barcelona this weekend after Bayern Munich accepted an offer as high as €50m (£42.5m) for the 33-year-old striker.
There was a major change in negotiations on Friday, with Bayern now ready to offload their star striker for €50m, including add-ons. Lewandowski has agreed a personal contract with Barca until February and will finally sign his three-year deal at the weekend.
The Poland international has been linked with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain after making his interest clear. Continue from the Bundesliga championship With one year left on his contract. Lewandowski did not want to talk about the possibility of a move to another club, but now it seems that he has got his desired transfer to Camp Nou.
Lewandowski’s arrival adds to a summer of recruitment for Xavi’s side despite their financial woes. Brazilian winger Rafinha €58m completed the transfer From Leeds on Friday, he joins Frank Kessien and Andreas Christensen, whose contracts at Milan and Chelsea have expired.
Lewandowski, who arrived from Borussia Dortmund Munich in 2014, scored 238 goals in 253 games. He won eight league titles and one Champions League title at Bayern, and a Bundesliga Scoring a record 41 goals in 2020-21.