Polish star striker Robert Lewandowski transfer rumor has been undergoing in the final stage as his current club, FC Bayern Munich has reportedly agreed the latest transfer package offered by the Spanish giant FC Barcelona which will enable the Catalans to land the forward in a blink of a moment.
Since the end of last season, Lewandowski regularly expressed his desire to leave the Bavarian capital and opted for a move to the Blaugranas for the quest of a new challenge.
Famous sports journalist Fabrizio Romano who is known as a reliable transfer news expert also confirmed that Lewandowski was finally got to fulfill his dream by switching to FC Barcelona in coming hours.
Fabrizio confirmed on this matter by posting on his twitter, “Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, here we go! FC Bayern have just told Barca that they have accepted final proposal. Agreement finally in place between all parties.”
Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, here we go! FC Bayern have just told Barça that they have accepted final proposal. Agreement finally in place between all parties. 🚨🔵🔴 #FCB
Lewandowski asked Bayern to leave also on Friday – he will jlin Barcelona during the weekend. 🇵🇱 pic.twitter.com/nmodHuNscw
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 15, 2022
According to various media reports, FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich have reached a £42.5 million agreement to sign the striker on a three-year deal.
However, the deal between Barcelona and Robert has some unique features, for example- before signing his three-year contract, which includes a one-year option, Lewandowski will fly to Spain on Saturday for the medical examination.
Lewandowski actually worked hard to made this deal come in reality by taking many steps as he still remained under contract with the Bavarian club for another year.
How Bayern will cope up with the forward’s departure?
Lewandowski’s exit, however, would enable Bayern to pay for the acquisition of Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus, who have set a price of about €80 million (£67.7 million) plus bonuses, according to Sky news in Italy.
The sporting director of Bayern, Hasan Salihamidzic, was in Turin on Monday to begin talks with Juventus over De Ligt and the Dutchman, who still has two years left on his contract with Juventus, has informed the Italian team of his desire to transfer to Munich in this transfer window.