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Fabrizio Romano: Robert Lewandowski is convinced to join Barcelona after personal terms agreed on a three-year deal

According to Fabrizio Romano, Robert Lewandowski is convinced to join Barcelona after personal terms agreed on a three-year deal months ago. Bayern Munich do not believe that Barcelona will exist in the near future.

And according to a recent report from The Athletic’s Raphael Honigstein, who has claimed the German giants are demanding money upfront for striker Robert Lewandowski because they think Barcelona will go under.

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Despite enjoying eight very successful years at the Allianz Arena, Lewandowski, 33, is keen for a new challenge as he enters the final few years of his career.

Nevertheless, it won’t be simple to try to force a transfer away from the Bavarians, particularly as the Polish international still has one year left on his deal.

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Honigstein claims that Bayern Munich’s reluctance to accept an agreement with installment payments is actually a result of their uncertainty regarding the viability of its Spanish opponents over the next year or two.

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