FC Barcelona will make an official bid for Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich.
The Catalans feel their offer of €40 million to €45 million would be adequate to persuade Bayern Munich to trade the Polish striker.
With one year remaining on Lewy’s contract, Bayern must decide whether to cash in on the 33-year-old now or risk losing him on a free transfer next summer.
Lewy has made it obvious that he wants to leave the club, and Barcelona are the frontrunners to sign him.
Bayern Munich, for one, is looking for a successor. The team is considering Sebastian Haller, Sadio Mane, and Saa Kalajdi as possible alternatives for the Polish striker.