- Robert Lewandowski’s potential move from Bayern Munich to Spanish club Barcelona has been plunged into uncertainty
- The striker has one more year left on his contract with the German outfit and he has been told to honour the terms
- Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness has suggested that Barcelona should no longer waste their time trying to sign the striker
An honorary president of the German side Bayern Munich, Uli Hoeness, has told Spanish club Barcelona not to waste their efforts in trying to sign Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich want nothing less than €50 million for the Poland international, but they have continued to send negative messages over the striker’s potential departure.
Xavi’s men are interested in signing the striker ahead of next season, but Bayern rejected the initial offer from the Catalan giants.
In a sports congress in Neuland, Hoeness said via TribalFootball:
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"I don't know anything about a new offer. But as things stand in Munich, what I have heard is that Barcelona should save themselves the effort of making another offer.”
"I don't make the decisions. But Bayern's words were clear. They said that Robert should honour his contract with Bayern Munich.
"I can't imagine that there is any amount of money that would make them change their mind."
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It is a poorly kept secret that Lewandowski wants to move to Barcelona this summer and has already informed Bayern chiefs of his desire.
Bayern Munich are holding on to their hitman as they have concerns about finding a replacement in such a short period of time.
Lewandowski is said to have fallen out with head coach Julian Nagelsmann in training.
Depay’s future at Barcelona uncertain
Sports Brief earlier reported that Memphis Depay has fuelled reports of his uncertain Barcelona future with a cryptic message on social media.
The Dutch star has been reportedly named among a big transfer clear-out as Catalan giants, FC Barcelona seeks to offload players in a bid to reduce the club's crippling debts.
Memphis signed for Barcelona on a free transfer following his departure from Lyon last summer and managed a decent 13 goals in 38 appearances.
Source: Sports Brief News