Barca remain keen on their interest to land Roberto Lewandowski amid exit plan from Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich have finally made known their condition for negotiation on Roberto Lewandowski’s exit links.
The Polish made known his desire to leave the club this summer and the German Giants are ready to honor his request.
Since joining Bayern Munich back in 2014 from Dortmund man has produced a stunning form for the Bundesliga Champions, netting 344 goals across 375 games for Bayern.
Leaving the club now makes Lewandowski a legend worthy to have his statue raised at the club Stadium following his superb ever-rising form.
Barcelona are one side that won’t let Lewandowski go into the claws of another team as they have waited long to have him in their eleven.
Another team eyeing him up is English club, Chelsea who earlier tried signing him before he chose Bayern Munich back in 2014.
The Blues reportedly remain interested after seeing Lewandowski surface back into the transfer market.
But one stumbling block at the moment before teams can go all blazing for Lewandowski is Bayern’s plan to land a successor first.
Somtosport understands that Bayern Munich are only refusing to talk about Lewandowski to any club because they are only waiting to secure his replacement before they can negotiate his exit.
Clearly Bayern are ready for his exit but until they have secured a replacement then they can open transfer talk for the 33-year-old.
One name on their list is Liverpool’s Sadio Mane who have strangely emerged as their target with a shocking exit link away from Liverpool.
The Senegalese is one of the handful players who has kept their fitness since they came up the ranks.
Mane brags 120 goals across 268 games for the Premier League side, racking up 26 individual honors to his name and helping Liverpool to 6 trophies and one UCL final runner up.
Mane earlier said he would only make known his future plans after tonight as it’s understood that if he wins the UCL with Liverpool tonight then an exit is 80% the decision.
“Come back to me on Saturday and I will give you the best answer you want to hear, for sure. It’s special,” Sadio Mane said ahead of the Saturday game.
“I will give you all you want to hear then. I will give you the answer I promise, but for now let’s go and win the Champions League.”