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Robert Lewandowski’s transfer to Barcelona made official

With 50 goals scored during the 46 matches of the 2021-2022 season, Robert Lewandowski is about to join Barcelona for a new adventure. What is really going on with this transfer? Is it already happening? 

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With Barça already kicking off their preseason with a win on Tuesday 19/07/2022 thanks to goals from Dembélé and Raphinha, we can expect some impressive games. Robert Lewandowski, one of Bayern’s top scorers, will soon be added to the mix. The former Dortmund player is about to commit himself until 2026 for four seasons. It should be noted that his contract will come with a release clause of €500m, which is, to say the least, dissuasive.

Robert Lewandowski’s contract signature: the only step left to take

Yes, the signing of the contract remains the only remaining step for Robert Lewandowski to officially become a Barcelona man. Indeed, it has been some time since the Catalan club revealed FC Bayern’s acceptance to transfer the striker. However, before the agreement was complete, Robert Lewandowski still had to undergo medical tests to confirm his condition. In good news, the tests have already been carried out so far and the results seem to suit Barcelona. Conclusions? Robert Lewandowski only has to sign his contract to join the Catalan club. 

Robert Lewandowski’s transfer fee 

Contrary to what many may think, Robert Lewandowski’s decision is in no way linked to an impressive transfer fee. Indeed, according to AS, the striker’s salary will drop from €12 million to €9 million net per year. This information clearly reveals the player’s determination and desire to join the Catalan club for new adventures. After eight years at FC Bayern, it is only natural that he feels the need for a change of scenery. 

It is important to remember that Robert Lewandowski has an excellent record with the Munich club. In 375 games played, he has scored 344 goals and made 72 assists. What’s more, during his time with the club, he not only won the Champions League (2020), but also eight German league titles.