Robert is confident that he will play for Barça next season. But the Pole’s confidence has no effect on Bayern. Thomas Müller, Hasan Salihamidzic (sporting director), Herbert Heiner (president) and Oliver Kahn (general manager) urge the forward not to rush into decisions.

“Barça at the same time is struggling to get its finances in place – to allow Robert’s transfer. As reports that in the case of a transfer the Pole will receive in Catalonia 9 million euros per year, Diario Sport writes about 12 million euros. According to La Liga president Javier Tebas, Barça would not be able to afford the expense. Club president Joan Laporta responded harshly: “It’s none of his business.

Tebas’ words caused Lewandowski to question the feasibility of a transfer to Barcelona. But the Pole will certainly not be without a club if he refuses to move to Catalonia – Chelsea and PSG are also looking for the player.

However, the option that Robert would stay in Munich should not be ruled out either.