The situation surrounding Robert Lewandowski is still not calming down. The future of FC Bayern’s top goal scorer is uncertain. Barça is considered a candidate. But what is the truth behind the latest reports?
FC Barcelona has denied media reports about an alleged meeting with the advisor of Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski. “I can assure you that there has been no meeting with Lewandowski’s representative. When a player has a valid contract, we first contact his club,” director of football Mateu Alemany told Movistar+ television on Sunday evening.
Meanwhile, Alemany did not want to say anything about possible talks with the German record champions about a transfer of the 33-year-old Polish striker to the Catalans: “I don’t like to report on ongoing negotiations,” he explained on the sidelines of the match of the team of national goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen against RCD Mallorca (2:1).
Lewandowski’s contract with FC Bayern expires in June 2023. Recently, there was speculation about an early departure of the goal scorer to FC Barcelona. Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said: “He has a contract until 30 June 2023. We will now hold talks and see how they develop.