Bayern Munich has vowed not to sell Robert Lewandowski, regardless of the sum of money Barcelona offers.
The Bundesliga champions believe that Barca should refrain from making any additional proposals.
Lewandowski desires to leave Bayern and join Barcelona, but the Spanish club lack the financial wherewithal to meet Bayern’s price of at least 50 million euros for the striker. They have therefore been making an effort to persuade Bayern to lower their target valuation.
However, Uli Hoeness the president of Bayern Munich, has disclosed that the team has made the decision not sell Lewandowski this summer, regardless of the circumstances.
At sports congress in Neuland, Hoeness said:
“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.
“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,” he said.
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