Barça boss probably names pain threshold for Lewandowski transfer for the first time
Created: 07/05/2022 04:58
By: Marius Epp
How far are FC Barcelona willing to go to secure Robert Lewandowski's services?
There seems to be a clear limit.
Barcelona – So far, any offers for Robert Lewandowski at Bayern have rolled off.
There are said to have been three from FC Barcelona, but in Munich they either canceled or didn't pick up the phone at all.
How long will this game last?
Barça President Joan Laporta has now apparently given a first indication of the answer to this question.
At a meeting with journalists, Laporta gave the figure of 40 million euros as the maximum possible amount for the transfer of Lewandowski.
Lewandowski transfer: At 40 million euros, FC Barcelona is over
, this sum is said to have been mentioned in the third and last offer from the Catalans - Bayern declined with thanks.
The record champion is apparently only willing to talk from a sum of 50 million euros.
Joan Laporta: The strong man at FC Barcelona.
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So is the Lewandowski saga over now?
Because according to statements from the recent past, it is currently difficult to imagine that the Pole will be at Säbener Straße for the start of training on June 12th.
According to the current contract, he would have to.
Lewandowski: Does FC Bayern only play poker?
Lewandowski's advisor Pini Zahavi plays a crucial role in transfer poker.
He had allegedly assured the Barcelona side that Bayern would sell their top striker for a sum of 40 million euros.
It will become clear before the end of the transfer period at the latest whether FC Bayern is just gambling on a higher transfer fee or whether Lewandowski really wants to hold on with all his might.
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If you believe Honorary President Uli Hoeneß, any attempts to poach him are in vain.
In the background, FC Barcelona is currently scraping together as much money as possible in order to be able to act.
The Catalans reportedly want to sell more stakes in their TV rights after a deal has already been sealed.
Next mega transfer?
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Not only for Lewandowski, with Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) and Raphinha (Leeds United) there should be two more top-class players on the wish list.
You can find out here how all this can be possible with over a billion debts.