Barcelona transfers: Bayern rates Robert Lewandowski at 40 million

Robert Lewandowski has already made it clear by active and passive that he wants to leave the Bayern Munich this very summer. The striker of the Bavarian team wants to play in the FC Barcelona the 2022/2023 season. The problem is that Bayern, as the newspaper has echoed Sport, will not let him out for less than 40 million euros. This figure is less than its current market value (50 million). This is explained thanks to the fact that Lewandowski only has one year left on his contract with the Munich entity.

FC Barcelona, ​​with the economic crisis that it has been suffering since the pandemic broke out, has presented an offer of 24 million for the Pole, clearly insufficient for Bayern Munich, which, although it has set a relatively cheap price, has not will ‘give away’ to, for many, the best center forward of the moment.

The Webster Law would help Barça

The Law Webster can be key to accelerate the signing of Lewandowski by the FC Barcelona. This law is that, if a player has completed 3 years of contract with a club, he can go free to another club by paying the amount of salary that corresponds to him. In the case of Lewandowski, at the end of his relationship with Bayern in 2023, he would only have to contribute his salary for one year.

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