So far, FC Barcelona have been the big favorite for a Lewandowski engagement should the Pole really leave Bayern in the summer. According to current reports, Paris Saint-Germain is also getting into the transfer poker game for the FIFA World Player.
Despite sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic’s clear announcement that Munich will not handle the sale of Lewandowski in the summer, rumors of an early departure from Bayern continue. In addition to FC Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain now appear to be setting the antennas for the top scorer.
Will Bayern be weak at € 60m?
As reported by well-known Polish sports journalist Mateusz Borek in the “Moc futbolu” program, Lewandowski’s adviser Pini Zahavi “will travel to Paris in the next few days” to meet PSG representatives there. According to Borek, Paris are financially much more powerful than FC Barcelona: “It seems that Sheik Lewandowski would really like to have him. And for him 60 million euros would not be a big deal,” explained the connoisseur Lewandowski. Bayern should be ready to speak from a figure of 40 million euros.
In Paris, Lewandowski could succeed Kylian Mbappé, available on a free transfer in the summer and long linked to the transfer to Real Madrid.
However, it’s unclear whether Paris is really Lewandowski’s first choice. In the past, reports have circulated several times that the striker was not really attracted to the French Ligue 1. But it’s also clear that PSG is financially capable of meeting the Polish national team player’s salary requirements and will have to look for a new striker in the summer if Mbappe leaves.