Barça, Lewandowski sacrificed for a recruit at €115 million?


By: Manu Tournoux

FC Barcelona would consider parting ways with Robert Lewandowski to finance the arrival of a new midfielder.

Only fourth in La Liga before the 17the day, seven points behind the surprising leader Girona and five points behind Real Madrid, FC Barcelona has had a disappointing first half of the season. Also the Catalan club could recruit during the winter transfer window to correct the situation. With the priority, identified by Xavi, being the strengthening of the midfield.

The profile of Bruno Guimaraes would greatly appeal to the Blaugranas who, according to Football Transfers, would have a plan to be able to afford it. While the Brazilian international’s release clause is set at around 115 million euros since his recent extension at Newcastle until 2028, Barça would consider parting ways with Robert Lewandowski to recover cash.

Author of 8 goals in the league and only one goal in the Champions League, the Polish striker is no longer as decisive as last season. A departure, possibly to Saudi Arabia, could allow Barça to move forward with the Magpies player’s file. With a risk however, that of going a little too offensively…

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