The football club FC Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Polish striker Robert Lewandowski for the 2022/23 La Liga season. Bayern Munich accepted the offer of €50 million for the 33-year-old forward.
Lewandowski agreed to personal terms with Barça way back in February. and will put pen and paper on his three-year contract this weekend. After completing his medical on Monday, the club will officially announce the arrival of Lewandowski.
The Poland international was previously linked with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain after expressing his intention to leave the Bundesliga champions with a year left on his contract. Lewandowski refused to discuss a possible transfer to any other team, and he appears to have secured his desired transfer to Camp Nou.
Despite their apparent financial difficulties, Lewandowski’s arrival will add to a busy summer of recruitment for Xavi’s team. Raphinha, a Brazilian winger, completed his €58 million (£49 million) move from Leeds United on Friday, joining Franck Kessié and Andreas Christensen, who were out of contract at Inter Milan and Chelsea, respectively.
During his spell for Borussia Dortmund, he scored 74 goals in 134 appearances. After joining Bayern Munich in 2014, Lewandowski has scored 238 goals in 253 games. At Bayern, he won eight league titles and one Champions League trophy, and he set a new Bundesliga scoring record with 41 goals in 2020-21.