Barcelona offers Bayern € 32 million to do without Lewandowski

Munich: the press said today, Sunday, that Barcelona made a first written offer to Bayern Munich to include the Polish national forward Robert Lewandowski for 32 million euros (33 million and 800 thousand dollars). And the newspaper “Bild am Sonntag” indicated that Barcelona offered 32 million euros to include Lewandowski, the two-time World Player of the Year, which confirmed in more chances than he will not renew his contract with Bayern, in expires at the end of next season. Lewandowski’s agent, Bimi Zahavi, told Bild newspaper in its Monday edition: “Of course they can keep Lewandowski for another year, to be fair. His contract runs until 2023, but I don’t recommend it. For Robert Lewandowski. , Bayern are a thing of the past “. And in earlier, the Spanish newspaper “Sport” indicated that Bayern Munich – which announces that the player will complete his contract – has reduced its financial demands and asked for between 35 and 40 million euros to be waived from Lewandowski, 33 years, who is entitled to start for free at the end of next season. Barcelona himself suffers from financial difficulties, but Xavi, the Spanish manager, has confirmed his interest in the Bayern Munich forward. Hasan Salihamidzic criticized Bayern’s sporting director Zahavi “because he is avoiding us and stressed that the club he still hopes to keep his player. “Saleh Hamidic said today, Sunday, in the” double bass “program of the” Sport 1 “channel:” In our conversation with his agent, we made him a clear offer. Clearly he was assigned a contract with a duration and an amount “. Zahavi had made Bayern Munich officials frustrated by his participation in David Alaba’s departure for Real Madrid, which made him the president of the club at the time, Uli Hoeness, describing him as “greedy”. But Zahavi said: “No, there was no such offer.” It seems that Bayern Munich’s apparent chase of Erling Haaland, who will leave Borussia Dortmund to join Manchester City, has angered Lewandowski. “He has felt disrespect from these officials for months, that’s the truth,” Zahavi said. Bayern have not lost Lewandowski, but they have lost Robert as a person. (Dpa)