FilGoal | News | Foot Mercato: Paris pushes for Barcelona’s Lewandowski kidnapping

Paris Saint-Germain continues to try to prevent Robert Lewandowski from going to Barcelona.

According to Foot Mercato, Paris Saint-Germain is trying to exploit Barcelona’s inability to meet Bayern Munich’s financial demands to date to hijack the deal.

Barcelona previously agreed to sell 49.9 percent of its company and 25 percent of its broadcasting rights to resolve the financial crisis.

Paris Saint-Germain are looking for a new striker this summer, with other attempts to sign Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamaca.

But Luis Campos is urging Lewandowski’s agent, Benny Zahavi, to close the deal.

The German player’s agent played a major role in Neymar’s transfer to the French squad.

Lewandowski is one of Barcelona’s most important goals this summer, with Bayern Munich confirming not to accept any offer of less than €50 million.

Barcelona’s offer to sign the player was far from what was needed, pending some changes with the expected financial recovery.

Lewandowski previously announced his desire to leave Bayern Munich amid Barcelona’s desire to sign him, but the German club made it clear that it is sticking to the player’s stay, whose contract expires in 2023.

Lewandowski told “onet sport” in previous statements: “I will leave Bayern because I want more feelings in my life, they did not want to listen to me until the end. Something died in me and it is impossible to overcome, even if you want to become a professional, you can’t compensate for that.” †

“I will leave my comrades with whom I have been together for many years and saw each other every day and had a great time. These are real friendships, there is no doubt about it,” he added.

“I can’t imagine Bayern would want to force me to leave for what? What kind of player would he want to come to Bayern, knowing that something like this could happen to him? I’ve had eight great years here and met like this. ” lots of great people and I want it to stay that way.” in my mind”.

And he concluded: “I have not thought of studying offers other than Barcelona’s.”

33-year-old Lewandowski has appeared in 46 games this season, scoring 50 goals and providing 7 assists in all competitions and winning the German league title.