Robert Lewandowski has refused to sign a new contract with Bayern Munich after reaching an agreement with the Spanish club Barcelona, according to various reports.
The 33-year-old Polish striker has scored an incredible 46 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions this season for the Bundesliga reigning champions.
Lewandowski’s present contract with Bayern Munich will run out at the end of the 2022-2023 season has been linked with a switch from Allianz Arena to Nou Camp since January transfer window as the current Barcelona manager, Xavi is a big admirer of a gangling goal poacher
However, according to Daily Mail via Polish outlet TVP Sport has reported that former Borussia Dortmund target man has informed Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn
who is the club’s legendary goalkeeper that he won’t sign a new contract with Bavarian as he has agreed to personal terms with Barcelona
The Catalan giants are very keen on landing a marquee signing this coming summer so that they can challenge Real Madrid for the La Liga title and Champions League
next season but it could be difficult to bring Lewandowski to Camp Nou before the start of next season – a year before the end of his contract where he would then be available for a free.
Lewandowski has found the back of the net 340 times in 369 appearances for Bayern Munich since joining the club from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in 2014
will be hoping to become the first Polish player to play for Barcelona if he eventually makes the move to a Spanish outfit.