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Lewandowski’s New Club Revealed After Agreeing Three Year Deal

Poland striker, Robert Lewandowski’s possible new club has been revealed.

According to football transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, Lewandowski has reached a verbal agreement on a three year deal with Barcelona.

Romano, in a tweet via his Twitter handle on Saturday, said the 33-year-old is only waiting for Bayern Munich to reach an agreement with Barcelona over his signature.

Recall that Lewandowski recently told Bayern Munich that he wants to leave the Bundesliga champions this summer.

The former 2021 FIFA Best Player has one year left on his current deal with Bayern.

Robert Lewandowski wants to join Barcelona, no way for other clubs as of today. He knows it’s still not easy to reach an agreement with Bayern – but he’s only waiting for FCB,” Romano tweeted.

Lewa has verbal agreement on a three year deal with Barça.”

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