This news comes directly following clear affirmation that the Polish forward is, truth be told, ready to leave Bayern Munich in front of next season looking for pastures new.
The authority word from Bayern themselves keeps on being that they would rather not sell him, yet given his age and how much cash is on the table, you'd need to figure they would in any event think about a proposition.
Xavi is obviously attempting to make every effort to return Barca once again to where he accepts they should be and keeping in mind that that cycle will require some investment, acquiring a stalwart like Lewandowski to direct them up top could be a key call.
Bayern, in the mean time, need to begin the method involved with searching for a substitution.
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