Robert Lewandowski is a Polish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and is the captain of the Poland national team.

Lothar Matthäus, legend of the six-time European champion and television analyst, is also of the opinion that the position of the Munichers will change from the moment they see their economic pretensions fulfilled.

“In football there have been many things said that are forgotten the next day. There is a lot of tactics in the words, even in the news that is spread,” he said.

“There comes a time when the money is so much, even for Bayern Munich, that Oliver Kahn will no longer remember what he said two months ago.”

Facing the gallery, Bayern Munich remains firm in its position of not opening the exit door to Robert Lewandowski.

The last time his refusal to a departure of the Polish star was repeated was during the presentation of Sadio Mané, where the Bavarian CEO Oliver Kahn, once again, made it clear that Lewy has a contract until 2023 and is expected at the beginning of July, at which time the pre-season starts to roll.

However, within the club they would have already put a price on The Best.

This is what Sky Germany reveals, a television network according to which the Bundesliga champion would give his arm to twist when he receives an offer that is around 60 million euros, although they point out that, even, the figure could be reduced to 50 million.

At the moment,FC Barcelona has submitted a total of two offers through mediators.

Both the first, of 32 million, and the second, of 35 million fixed plus 5 in variables, were not answered by the leadership of a Bayern that asks much more for Lewy.