Barcelona’s rebuild under Xavi has shown positive signs, but a new striker appears to be a priority going forward.
After Sergio Aguero’s retirement in December, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived during the January transfer window and quickly won under Xavi, but his position could still be in jeopardy.
Memphis Depay is still the team’s leading scorer this season, netting 10 goals in all competitions, but one potential signing confirms the goals.
Barcelona have reportedly reached an agreement with Robert Lewandowski.
Sport says the Polish striker wants to leave Bayern Munich for the Catalan giants but will have to convince Bayern to sell him.
The 33-year-old’s contract expires at the end of next season and he has not yet agreed to extend his contract in Bavaria.
Lewandowski has scored 45 goals in all competitions this season, and Barca are reportedly willing to pay € 60 million to bring him to Camp Nou next season.