Polish professional football player who currently plays as a striker at Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski has reportedly agreed to a move to Barcelona.
The top striker according to renowned football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, has agreed to join the Spanish club for a three-year contract.
Both clubs and Lewandowski according to Romano have been in touch about the deal for months and the only thing left for both parties is to strike a deal.
“Nothing has changed in Robert Lewandowski’s mind. He’s still convinced on Barcelona as next club after personal terms agreed months ago on a three-year deal, no negotiations with any other club as of now.
“Barcelona will contact FC Bayern again soon,” Romano tweeted.
Naija News understands that the Polish footballer has one year left on his current deal with the Bundesliga champions and has publicly declared his desire to leave this summer.
Meanwhile, Danish professional footballer, Christian Eriksen has reportedly agreed to play for Manchester United on a free transfer.
Naija News understands that the 30-year-old was rumoured to have been considering Brentford or Manchester United, but has now concluded on joining Old Trafford this week.
Erik ten Hag’s side is expected to finalise a three-year contract for the Danish player who spent the second half of last season on loan at Brentford.
Eriksen is expected to have a medical at Old Trafford once the contract gets signed before the end of the week.
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