Lewa 'wants' to join Spanish giants

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Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski reportedly wants to join one of Spain's biggest clubs, who are said to already have an offer lined up for the striker.

The Poland international has been one of the best players in the world over the past few seasons, having broken a number goalscoring records and won both individual and club titles in the process.

Lewandowski, 33, will be out of contract in June 2023, and if the Bavarians plan to cash in on him, the next two transfer windows will be their only chance to get some money in return for the prolific star.

However, the German giants may soon be compelled to sell the marksman as he is now keen on a move to FC Barcelona at the end of this season, according to Sport.

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It is claimed the Blaugrana are ready to offer the centre-forward a four-year contract until 2026, and are confident negotiations over the potential transfer would be smooth due to Barca president Joan Laporta's good relationship with the player's agent, Pini Zahivi.

The Blaugrana acquired striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal in January, but fellow forwards Martin Braithwaite and Memphis Depay's futures at the Camp Nou are reportedly uncertain ahead of Xavi Hernandez's first full season in charge of the team in the 2022/23 campaign.

Luuk de Jong is also expected to return to parent club Sevilla when the current campaign concludes.

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The LaLiga giants are understood to also be vying for Erling Haaland's signature, but with their current financial situation, bringing him to the Camp Nou could prove a costly task, thus leaving Lewandowski as a more feasible option up front.

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