Talks continue about the future of Polish striker Robert Leandowski, Bayern Munich’s first footballer, and the possibility of him leaving and joining Barcelona in the coming period, according to the latest press developments today, Friday.
Over the past period, some reports indicated that the Polish player wanted to take a new experience with a new club, outside Germany, starting next summer, before announcing his retirement from football.
According to the Spanish newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, the Bayern Munich administration has set an amount of 40 million euros, in order to give up Lewandowski next summer.
Bayern Munich’s renewal policy stands in the way of the Polish’s continuation, as it acknowledges that it will not grant any player over 30 contracts for more than two seasons only, which Lewandowski rejects.
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Lewandowski is expected to turn down the offer of Bayern Munich, who wants to take a long-term contract, while it is unlikely that another club will compete for the deal.