So here we go: Barcelona and Lewandowski have agreed a €50 million agreement, with the striker expected to arrive today.

After months of speculation, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have finally reached an agreement for the sale of Robert Lewandowski, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Barcelona has been tracking the striker for months, and the Poland captain has shown an interest in taking on a new challenge in his career.
Personal conditions had been agreed upon between the striker and Barca months ago, but an agreement with Bayern Munich had been missing as the German champions maintained that the ace goalscorer was not for sale.


However, after rejecting three previous bids, the Bavarian giants have begun to warm up to the transaction in recent days and have decided to accept Barça’s current offer.

The deal is worth €50 million, including add-ons, according to Romano, with Lewandowski refusing to negotiate with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, both of whom were interested in signing the 33-year-old Poland captain.
SPORT also verifies the €50 million deal between the teams, adding that it would be split in fixed and variable payments of €45 million + €5 million.

According to reports, Lewandowski will arrive in Barcelona today, Saturday, however his announcement may be somewhat delayed. Nonetheless, the Bayern Munich center-forward is scheduled to join Barça’s pre-season tour of the United States.

With this, one of the summer’s longest transfer sagas comes to a close. Lewandowski was said to have agreed to a three-year contract, but according to the newest reports, he will sign a four-year pact.

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