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Bayern Munich rejects Barcelona offers for Robert Lewandoski.

Barcelona Robert Lewandoski, Six Sports

Bayern Munich have reportedly turned down two offers from Barcelona for striker Robert Lewandoski. The striker has made it clear to leave Bayern Munich this summer.

Robert Lewandoski has scored 344 goals in 375 appearances for the German giants. Although, the 33-year-old believes now is the right time to move on to a new club. He has expressed his desire to move to Camp Nou this summer.

Barcelona and Robert Lewandoski have already agreed personal terms. The likes of PSG, Manchester United and Chelsea have also been credited with an interest in the Poland striker. However, it is thought Barcelona remains the striker’s preffered destination.

BARCELONA AND ROBERT LEWANDOSKI TRANSFER SAGA

Barcelona are understood to have recently tabled their first offer for Robert Lewandoski . But , media reports claim the bid was rejected by Bayern. The report also adds that Bayern also turned down a second offer from the Catalan giants on Friday. The fee offered was worth around €35m (£30.1m) plus €5m (£4.3m) in add-ons . However, they value their tailsman at €50 million (£43m).

The Bundesliga winners are determined to keep hold of Lewandoski. The striker still has a year left remaining on his contract. Although, Barcelona remain cautiously optimistic about recruiting Robert Lewandoski this summer.

The striker has already made it clear he wants to leave this summer. He also wants Bayern to respect his decision about leaving. He does not want the Bundesliga club to hold him against his will. Lewandowski sent a strong warning to the club and said no player would want to join such a club where players are not allowed to make decisions on their future as per their own choice.

He said , “What for? What kind of player will then want to come to Bayern knowing that something like this could happen to him? Where are the loyalty and respect then?. This saga needs to end as it is not benefitting any side involved in the saga.

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