Several reports claimed on Saturday that Bayern Munich may finally be willing to sell striker, but only at a steep cost.
“Bayern Munich have told Barcelona that they will have to pay around €60 million (£52m/$63m to sign Robert Lewandowski this summer,” the reports claimed.
Sky Sport in Germany reports the Bundesliga champions have decided that they are wiling to part ways with the Poland star, but only for the right price.
So far, the Catalan side’s latest offers have fallen short of the Bavarian team’s demands.
Barcelona have reportedly made a first written offer of 32 million euros for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.
That figure might not, though, be high enough for a player of Lewandowski’s quality, as it is believed that Bayern want 40m euros for the forward.
His contract with Bayern expires in 2023 and his current market value on Transfermakt is 50m euros.