Bayern Munich set the price for Robert Lewandowski

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The 2021-2022 season (in clubs) came to an end last week with the Champions League final won by Real Madrid against Liverpool (1-0) and now all football fans are waiting impatiently the opening of the summer transfer window. A transfer market which was to be driven in particular by the Kylian Mbappé file, but the French striker finally chose to extend to Paris Saint-Germain not long ago. But there will be many other issues that will animate this transfer window, from Paul Pogba to Paulo Dybala. Without forgetting Robert Lewandowski.

At the end of the contract next summer at Bayern Munich, the Polish striker has arrived, according to him, at the end of his adventure in Bavaria as he had recently declared: “I don’t like being in this situation. What is certain at the moment is that my days at Bayern are over. The transfer will be a good solution for both parties. And I don’t think Bayern are going to stop me just because they can.” Statements which had then surprised Oliver Kahn, the general manager of the club, who was quick to answer him.

Bayern asks for several million

Yes, but here it is, Bayern Munich will certainly have to face the facts and think, therefore, of selling their striker this summer to recover cash. And precisely, on this subject, the German champions seem to have made a big decision. According to information disclosed by Sports Picture, the German club has simply set its starting price at 40 million euros! A fairly high price but which seems rather affordable for a club which wishes to afford a quality scorer and who is coming out of a season with 50 goals in the colors of Munich.

FC Barcelona, ​​which will not recruit Erling Haaland who left for Manchester City, has rightly made it its priority. In today’s edition, Mundo Deportivo claims that Barca still haven’t heard back from Bayern Munich for their latest offer which was €32m plus €5m in bonuses. A proposal which is in any case not so far from the demands of the German formation … So will the Blaugranas succeed in cracking Bayern Munich to get their hands on Robert Lewandowski? Response in the coming weeks, but all the courtiers of the Pole are now fixed.

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