Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski is one of Barcelona’s transfer targets. The Polish forward is out of contract in 2023 and the Catalans want him to lead the line next season.
He’s still in great form with over a goal per game this season, but at the Allianz said they don’t want to let him go.
Oliver Khan, Bayern’s sporting director, told Amazon Prime: “Definitively we will have him with us for another season. We are not crazy to argue over the transfer of a player who scores 30-40 goals a year.”
Lewandowski’s representatives will sit down with Bayern Munich to discuss the striker’s future in the next few weeks.
Both parties will put their proposals forward in the meeting to determine what the next steps will be for the Poland international.
The meeting is seen as a top priority, and will happen as soon as possible.
The Poland international has scored 47 goals in 41 games in all competitions this season and is currently the top scorer in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League.
In his eight seasons with Bayern, Lewandowski has scored an incredible 341 goals in 370 appearances and is only behind Gerd Muller in their all-time record scorer list.
Barcelona are interested in signing the 33-year old.
According to Sky in Germany, Lewandowski is open to a move to Barcelona and it is a dream for him to play in Spain.
A two or three-year contract is in the making worth £25m to £33m per season as Lewandowski considers his next move.