Mercato: Meeting with Bayern for Lewandowski, his agent will ask the club to let him go


To the best of our knowledge, an important meeting is to be held in Munich this Thursday between Robert Lewandowski’s agent Pini Jahavi and the leaders of Bayern Munich. Dhruv’s representative intends to ask the Bavarians to let the attacker go.


Towards a showdown? To our knowledge, Robert Lewandowski’s agent, Pini Jahavi, is traveling to Munich on Thursday to meet with Bayern leaders. A meeting is considered important, during which the Polish striker’s representative will ask the Bavarian management to let his client go.

determined to leave Bayern

The top scorer in the Bundesliga, with Bayern crowned German champions, is still determined to leave the German club. Under contract until June 2023, the 33-year-old will be in the sights of FC Barcelona, ​​asking him to persuade the recordmeister to let him go, according to information from journalist Gerard Romero.


The Catalans are set to make an offer of between €30m and €35m to buy the last remaining year of Pole’s contract, and offer him a two-year contract with an alternate season. Barca’s sporting director Matu Alemani had dinner with Pini Jahvi this Wednesday to talk about the deal.

“Something is going to happen soon”

In recent days, Munich’s leaders have denied the departure of their star. To the question, “Can you rule out Robert Lewandowski’s departure at the end of this season?” Bavarian sporting director Hassan Salihamidzik answered unequivocally: “Yes” during a broadcast on Sky Germany on Sunday.

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After securing a new title in the Bundesliga with his team, Robert Lewandowski was more enigmatic last Saturday. “Nothing is happening at the moment, we will see. It is not that easy for me”, he said, but “something will happen soon”. Already a European Golden Boot in 2021, the Gunner has scored 48 goals in 43 appearances this season for Bayern in all competitions.


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