After months of rumors and speculation, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have finally agreed on a deal for the transfer of Robert Lewandowski, Fabrizio Romano confirms.
Barcelonana has been hot on the tracks of the 33-year-old striker for months together
now, with the Poland captain also has been keen on taking up a new challenge in his caPersonal terms between the striker and Barça had been agreed upon months ago, but an agreement with Bayern Munich had been missing as the German champions held on to their view that the ace goalscorer was not for sale.reer.
However, over the past couple of days, the Bavarian giants started heating up to the deal and have finally decided to accept Barça’s latest offer, after having declined three previous bids.
Romano claims that the deal is worth €50 million, including add-ons, with Lewandowski declining to negotiate with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, who were also interested in signing the 33-year-old Poland captain.
An inside source also confirms the €50 million approval between the clubs, declaring that it will be a €45 million + €5 million split in fixed and variable payments.
It is further claimed that Lewandowski will arrive in Barcelona today, i.e., Saturday, although his announcement might be slightly delayed. However, the Bayern Munich center-forward is expected to be a part of Barça’s pre-season tour to the United States of America.
With this, one of the longest drawn-out transfer sagas of the summer appears to an end. Lewandowski was reported to have agreed on a three-year contract, but as per the latest claims, he will be signing a four-year deal.