Barca sets Lewandowski price


By: Manu Tournoux

The Polish striker’s decline has sparked concerns about his decline.

The world champion title won by FC Barcelona last season would not have been possible without its star striker Robert Lewandowski and its goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen. This season, neither have managed to reach those heights, but the Polish striker’s decline has sparked concerns his decline could be more permanent. According to the latest information, FC Barcelona is studying the possibilities of leaving Lewandowski.

According to Sport, growing dissatisfaction with Lewandowski’s performances has led some at the club to believe a summer departure would be the best solution, with the attacking leader losing his “untouchable” status within of the team. The striker himself seems happy with his situation at Barcelona, ​​and without his green light, FC Barcelona will have to continue working with him.

Recently, the Catalan club spoke with a Saudi agent, through an intermediary, to sound out Lewandowski for a transfer this summer, in 2024. Last summer, the former BvB was offered an exceptional contract worth 150 million euros, but Saudi Arabia refused to accept it. Barcelona are reportedly looking to get 30 million euros for Lewandowski, but as his salary will increase further next season, they would accept 20 million euros.

In recent weeks, conflicting reports have emerged about Lewandowski, with others claiming he will stay at Barcelona until at least 2025. If Barca are willing to lose Lewandowski, it risks damaging their relationship with the club. ‘attacking if a deal is not reached, as was the case with Frenkie de Jong two years ago.

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