FC Barcelona reached the final stage by bringing legend Robert Lewandowski to the team after solving contractual problems with German giants Bayern Munich.
According to ESPN, Barcelona will bring Lewandowski to Camp Nou for three years.
The agreement is scheduled to be formally signed on Saturday, July 16.
Barcelona will have to spend around 50 million euros to bring Lewandowski to the squad.
Lewandowski tells Bild: “Xavi told me that we’ll work well together and can achieve a lot. He has a clear plan on how to bring Barcelona back to the top – I’m at Barça for trophies”. 🔴 #FCB— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 17, 2022
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Spanish newspaper Marca reported that Lewandowski will leave for the United States after completing the contract. He will attend Barcelona’s pre-season training and matches.
Marca also reported that the club authorities will officially introduce Lewandowski as a Barcelona player at the Nou Camp on August 7 in the Joan Gamper Trophy match. On that day, Barcelona will play the Mexican team Pumas.
Meanwhile, the famous Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano said that the French giants Paris Saint-Germain and the English giants Chelsea tried to bring Lewandowski to the team. But he did not argue with these two clubs. His only goal was to leave Bayern and sign for Barcelona.
Sources: Marca, ESPN