Robert Lewandowski has said actively, passively, directly, and indirectly that he does not want to return to Bayern Munich.
But the German club is not giving up and is still strong. It cost the international striker 50 million euros and has no intention of lowering that estimate, and this is what has been announced, again, to Barcelona after their second offer.
Negotiations appear to be more difficult than expected at the Camp Nou, as they had hoped the player’s stance would have an impact.
Despite the resilience, Barcelona remains optimistic about making the signing a reality.
Various Polish and German media outlets said that, a few hours ago, Barcelona introduced a new proposal, and a second Lewandowski.
The figures that have emerged are the combined 35 million euros and the 5 million euros in the variables.
This offer has been considered insufficient in the offices of Bayern, whose executives are upset and want to keep the pressure on.
They have no need to sell him and, moreover, they do not understand the player and his lack of willingness to speak.
There is dissatisfaction and dissatisfaction with Pole over his unwavering decision not to extend his contract but also to sign with Camp Nou assets this summer.
In addition, the Bayern dressing room is not happy with the way it behaves.
The veteran striker, who will be 34 years old in August, has a contract with the Bavarian club until June 2023 and hopes that, after eight successful years with the club, Bayern officials will finally help him with his departure.
Something, for now, that they seem unwilling to do.
They do not reduce their player value from the 50 million euro mark.
The former Borussia Dortmund man’s determination to leave, at least for now, evokes the opposite effect.
In any case, Barcelona, once the necessary funding mechanisms are in place – they hope to do so early next week – will try to sign him again.
The contract with the striker has been in effect for many months: hence the status of the Polish player.
A necessity for Barcelona
Xavi, who has been in constant contact with officials with Joan Laporta even while on vacation, has seen it as a priority to sign a forward to strengthen their previous line-up, which has been severely disrupted by Messi’s departure. Lewandowski.
Pole scored 50 goals in all competitions for Bayern last season and was also the Bundesliga’s leading scorer with 35 goals, 11 more than Schickl’s runner-up.
Barcelona will do their best to find the former Borussia Dortmund player at the Camp Nou.
Actually in the offices even though they admit that the work is difficult but they believe it will happen.
Bayern Munich, who insists that Lewandowski reported before the season on July 12, have just completed the signing of Sadio Mane, who had a contract with Liverpool until June 2023, for a combined € 32 million and nine million euros in variable payments.