Should FC Barcelona be able to generate fresh funds at its extraordinary general meeting on Thursday evening, the club allegedly wants to make a new offer for Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski. That reports the picture-Newspaper.
This new offer is said to be around 50 million euros. Noisy sports picture the German record champions are already talking about the offer from which they would be willing to talk.
Lewandowski, whose contract is expiring, definitely wants to leave Bayern, Barca is his declared goal. He is said to have already agreed on a three-year contract with the top Spanish club. Bayern is said to have rejected a first offer from the heavily indebted Blaugrana of 32 million euros plus five million bonuses.
Whether Barca can go further in this respect depends on the selected 4,478 members who will decide whether President Joan Laporta will own 25 per cent of the TV rights and 49 per cent of the club-owned ‘Barca Licensing and Merchandising’ (BLM ) may sell. According to Spanish newspapers, this package should bring in around 700 million euros.
Barca are in dire need of fresh cash to service short-term loans and comply with the Spanish league’s financial fair play conditions. LaLiga boss Javier Tebas had emphasized at the end of May that Barca could not afford Lewandowski in the current situation.
Opposite of mark Vice-President Eduard Romeu was confident of being able to sign Lewandowski – should the members agree to the development of fresh funds: “He’s on the coaching team’s wish list. The player has already expressed his wishes. […] If we do our job, it’s a viable option.”