Update: FC Barcelona’s next offer to Bayern Munich for Robert Lewandowski confirmed – will it be enough?


Update – June 28: 9:20 PM EST – Proposal from Barça

Bild has confirmed that FC Barcelona will indeed submit another offer to Bayern Munich for Robert Lewandowski:

FC Barcelona makes its third offer for Robert Lewandowski (33 years old)! According to information from BILD, the Catalans have already sent the new offer to Bayern and are now offering a fixed remuneration of 40 million plus 5 million in bonuses! There have already been two offers for the Bayern super striker: first 32 million, last week Barcelona increased it to 35 million. Both are still far too few for Bayern, who continue to insist that the top scorer complete his contract by 2023.

However, the current offer is approaching the 50 million limit, from which Bayern would probably start thinking. And it certainly won’t be Barca’s last word. Because the Lewandowski deal is also closely linked to another mega transfer: Manchester United and Barca should almost agree that Frenkie de Jong (25) will move to England for at least 65 million euros.

Will Barca’s next proposal be acceptable to Bayern Munich? Bild thinks this could at least cause internal discussions on Säbener Straße:

So far, Bayern haven’t reacted at all to Barca’s offers. But that could change with the new offer…

Stay tuned…

According to a report by Meczyki journalist Tomasz Włodarczyk, FC Barcelona are preparing their next offer for Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski:

Barcelona are pushing harder and harder on the transfer. According to our information, he will present another proposal soon. As we heard, the new €40m plus bonus offer is to be sent to Munich even within the next 24 hours.

The whole package will be around 50 million euros. It’s still unclear whether the latest proposal will be enough to seal the deal. However, it’s a great offer considering the Pole will soon be 34 and there’s only one year left until his contract expires.

A €40m pitch, plus another €10m in potential bonuses, still seems a bit light for Lewandowski, but also seems like a lot of money for a cash-strapped club like Barca. So… where will FC Barcelona offer a package that could total 50 million euros?

Per Sport1, at least some of the funds could potentially come from a sale of Frenkie de Jong to Manchester United:

According to information from SPORT1, FC Barcelona and Manchester United have agreed on a transfer fee for Frenkie de Jong. In addition to a base amount of 65 million euros, an additional 15 million in bonuses could be added in the future. Millions the Catalans could invest to free Lewandowski from Bayern.

Another wrinkle in this story is that Bayern Munich have – allegedly – raised their asking price to €60m, so even if Barca do submit this proposal, it could be dismissed pretty quickly unless Bayern Munich reduce their bids. supposed demands.

Lewandowski has also been linked with Chelsea FC and Paris Saint-Germain.


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