Barcelona To Submit Third Improved Offer For Lewandowski

 At this point, Robert Lewandowski's transfer to Barcelona seems inevitable given the Pole's aggressive exit strategy. 

The Catalans have prepared their third offer for him because they are also determined to win him over.

According to Tomasz Wlodarczyk, Barcelona could submit the aforementioned proposal—which includes a €40 million fixed payment and a €10 million variable payment—within the next 24 hours. According to reports, Bayern hopes to get a sum totaling up to €50 million from the deal.

For a player who will shortly turn 34, the transfer fee may sound extravagant, but Lewandowski is in the best physical shape of any player in the world and is unquestionably among the best.

In the Bundesliga, he finished the previous campaign with 35 goals in 34 appearances, missing no time due to injury.

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Lewandowski has received numerous offers from elite European clubs, including Chelsea, but the star is solely interested in moving to Barcelona.

Bayern reportedly raised their asking price from €50 million to €60 million in recent reports, with one rumor even suggesting they'll demand €70 million.

If Barcelona can complete the sale of key economic levers, such as Barcelona Licensing and Merchandising and TV rights, they will be able to finance Lewandowski and his likely high wages.

Everything suggests that the Catalan giants will turn their focus to Jules Kounde, who is anticipated to cost between €60 and €65 million, after signing Lewandowski. And if Frenkie de Jong is transferred to Manchester United, they'll be after Bernardo Silva, who is valued at €90 million.

In the near future, Xavi's Barcelona project might be made or broken during the 2022 transfer window. Joan Laporta and the administration must therefore proceed cautiously.

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