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TRANSFER:Bayern Munich set deadline for ending the Robert Lewandowski’s transfer saga

Robert Lewandowski’s situation has reached the point that the Poland international wanted to avoid, as the Bayern Munich striker had to appear at the club’s facilities to join the Bavarians’ pre-season training camp, despite the fact that he has reiterated on many occasions his intention to leave the Bundesliga champions.

Lewandowski passed the medical checks and he is scheduled to train on Wednesday at 10:00 CEST.

Everyone knows that this is not what he wants, but the Polish striker is not willing to rebel and skip his team’s pre-season preparations.

He is confident that an agreement will be reached between Barcelona and Bayern Munich soon.

Lewandowski understands that he has done everything he could to join the Blaugrana and now it’s Barcelona’s turn to make a move.

Bayern Munich want him to stay, but they are not going to force him to do so and have set his price tag at 50 million euros.

Barcelona’s intention is to spend less than this, but the Bundesliga champions do not seem willing to negotiate.

In any case, Bayern Munich want to find a solution before Saturday, when the team will be presented.

The club want no friction between Lewandowski and the fans when the season kicks off and they are looking to clear up his future this week.

Negotiations are expected to intensify in the coming days, while Xavi Hernandez also wants a solution to be found as soon as possible.

From his point of view as the coach, he wants the striker to join the team as soon as possible and to even be able to join Barcelona’s American pre-season tour.

The Blaugrana leave this weekend for Miami as they begin their overseas adventure and Xavi would be thrilled to see Lewandowski travelling on the same plane as the rest of the team.

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