But where will Robert Lewandowski play next season? If this question still remains unanswered, one thing is certain: the Polish striker from Bayern Munich wants a change of scenery this summer, as he himself has repeated publicly in recent weeks. However, the 33-year-old player faces the firmness of his leaders, who continue to recall that the star represented by Pini Zahavi still has a year of contract to respect in Bavarian soil.
A complicated file for PSG
In this context of great vagueness surrounding the future of Lewandowski, the French press has just revived the rumor of an interest from PSG for the Polish international (130 caps, 75 goals). According to L’Équipe, the second of the last Ballon d’Or is indeed in the sights of the Parisian club, led by Luis Campos, his football adviser. “A high-sounding track, quite unexpected at a time when a readjustment towards less bling-bling is announced. In the eyes of Campos in any case, this choice obeys a strictly sporting reflection. a real added value to the workforce”, specifies the sports daily.
This same source adds that this file promises to be complicated, Lewandowski wishing to join Barça, which makes it its priority, as has been filtering for several weeks already. Above all, before considering signing the former Borussia Dortmund player, PSG must free up space in attack and in particular separate from Mauro Icardi, who recently repeated his desire to … stay in Paris.
For its part, RMC Sport takes stock of the case and confirms that the track leading PSG to the goleador promises to be complex: “Lewandowski’s name was mentioned in a meeting between his agents and Luis Campos without concrete actions for the moment. The Pole wants to join Barça, with whom he agrees on a 3-year contract. Bayern still haven’t responded to the Spanish offer.”
As a reminder, according to Bild, Bayern Munich is ready to sell Lewandowski this summer in the event of an offer of up to 40 M€. The Bavarian club also wants to find a quality replacement for the Pole, Sadio Mané still being targeted.