Bayern Munich has reiterated that they won’t trade Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, regardless of the amount of money they are willing to pay.
According to the Bundesliga champions, Barca shouldn’t make any further proposals.
Lewandowski prefers Barcelona to Bayern Munich, but the Spanish superpower is unable to meet Bayern’s 50 million euro asking price for the striker.
They have consequently been making an effort to exert pressure on Bayern to decrease their desired valuation.
Uli Hoeness, the honorary president of Bayern Munich, has disclosed that the team has made the decision to not sell Lewandowski this summer, regardless of the circumstances.
“I have no knowledge of a fresh offer. Hoeness said at a sports gathering in Neuland, “But as things stand in Munich, what I have heard is that Barcelona should save themselves the bother of making another offer.
But Bayern’s remarks were unambiguous. They advised Robert to uphold his obligation to Bayern Munich.
He remarked, “I can’t think of any amount of money that would cause them to change their decision.