Joan Laporta has once again looked at the transfer market to put her power stamp on Barcelona, and with Erling Haaland appearing away from the Camp Nou, the Catalan club confidently awaits Robert Lewandowski’s decision on his future.
The Polish striker has been in impressive form for the past two seasons, breaking Gerd Muller’s Bundesliga scoring record, but with one year left on his contract with Bayern Munich, speculation is rife.
According to a report published by Sport, Los Cules has held two good meetings with Lewandowski’s team, with the Polish midfielder now the most sought-after midfielder in the summer.
Pini Zahavi seems to be in constant contact with Barcelona’s technical department, the Catalan club being informed of all developments regarding Lewandowski’s future.
Bayern Munich’s renewed desire to sign a contract extension is seen as a major roadblock to the summer deal.
However, the 33-year-old is determined to join Los Cules, considering he has already finished his Bundesliga title after negotiating with Borussia Dortmund and the Bavarian giants, however the contract scales will eventually decide he will follow suit. move.
The sports report points to Zahavi’s importance in these negotiations, and his relationship with Laporta is crucial to moving forward.
The Israeli agent has been keeping Blaugrana informed of everything that has been happening in Lewandowski’s contract since January, although he also offered the player Paris Saint-Germain, who they were not interested in.
What became clear during the negotiations with Zahavi was that Lewandowski wanted a long-term contract, running at least three seasons, although this is a problem considering the 33-year-old, and Barcelona’s financial difficulties. .