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Bayern Munich: Lewandowski loses patience, the “secrets” of his meeting with Xavi

Even if he is currently enjoying his vacation in Spain, Robert Lewandowski is obviously not very serene about his future.

The Polish striker, who has multiplied foot calls in recent weeks regarding a possible departure from Bayern Munich, is definitely experiencing a turbulent 2022 summer transfer window. Robert Lewandowski is still making headlines in the Catalan press this Friday. the Mundo Deportivo confirms that Xavi and the Bavarian club striker crossed paths by chance during their respective holidays in Ibiza. While the former Borussia Dortmund player is pushing hard to leave Bavaria after eight seasons of good and loyal service and incredible regularity, the two men stayed in the same luxury hotel and were able to chat for long minutes on a potential transfer to Catalonia.

Lewandowski on edge!

During this exchange, Robert Lewandowski would have notably confirmed to Xavi that FC Barcelona remained his first choice and that he wanted to sign as soon as possible for the Blaugrana club. According to Mundo Deportivo, this situation would clearly drive the main interested party “crazy” who believes he has done what is necessary to force his departure from Bayern Munich. Also courted by PSG, the Polish striker is struggling to project himself elsewhere than Barça but could lose patience if the situation persists. The Catalan club’s financial difficulties complicate the negotiations.

200 million euros to revive the transfer window

As indicated by the Catalan press, FC Barcelona will nevertheless be able to relaunch its transfer window and perhaps complete the Lewandowski file thanks to the financial contribution of the investment company Sixth Street. The latter will inject more than 200 million euros in the club and will in return receive 10% of Barça’s TV rights over the next 25 seasons. “We are activating economic levers and executing our patient, sustainable and effective strategy to strengthen the financial base of the club”club president Joan Laporta said of the deal.

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