Robert Lewandowski has his heart set on a transfer to Barcelona, regardless of interest from Chelsea, as indicated by reports.
The 33-year-old’s future has become title news after ideas he is set to leave Bayern Munich this late spring. Lewandowski’s agreement at the Allianz Arena is because of run until June 2023, however he has affirmed he has zero desire to stretch out that and might want to leave assuming a proper bid is approaching.
“I told Salihamidzic that on the off chance that a deal comes, we need to consider it — additionally for the club. The two sides need to ponder what’s in store. That is everything I can say.” Bayern Sporting Director Salihamidzic had recently illustrated the player’s position yet was resolute he will see out his agreement.
The Guardian report that Chelsea supervisor Thomas Tuchel is keen on marking him, notwithstanding burning through £97.5million on Romelu Lukaku the previous summer. The record-breaking appearance has attempted to have the sort of impact Chelsea bosses had trusted and could yet leave the club after only one season.
That would open the entryway for a move for Lewandowski, albeit any bid would just come after the arrangement to purchase the club from Roman Abramovich is finished. The Premier League goliaths are at present working under an extraordinary permit after the Russian very rich person had his resources frozen by the UK government.
It then will be subject to how much the new proprietors will spend in their most memorable months in control and how Tuchel will appear to allot those assets. The primary concentration for Chelsea looks sure to be on cautious fortifications with Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen both set to leave on free transfers.
With respect to Lewandowski, Barcelona are supposed to be his favored choice, despite the fact that there are question marks over how the LaLiga club will actually want to manage the cost of the Poland worldwide, given their monetary burdens in ongoing terms.
Lewandowski, who has scored 343 goals for Bayern since joining in 2014 is said to have reservations regarding coming to the Premier League, yet with few choices somewhere else, there is trust from Stamford Bridge managers that he could be captivated.
Tuchel recently kidded that he needed to sign Lewandowski, alongside Erling Haaland and Lukaku, when the last option finished his move last August.
“Sadly the board didn’t tune in so we should be content with just Romelu! We botched a ton of chances out there on the transfer market that is the reason you think that I’m exceptionally vexed! We don’t have any idea how we ought to proceed!”