Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern, the record champions insist on the valid contract. Nevertheless, there are probably more and more interested parties.

So far, FC Bayern has only had to fend off the interest of FC Barcelona in the fight for Robert Lewandowski. Now the rumors about other clubs are shooting out of all tubes. After it became known that Paris Saint-Germain is also interested, there is now speculation about Manchester United and Chelsea FC.

“Basta!” That was Oliver Kahn’s announcement at the time about Robert Lewandowski’s future at Bayern Munich. However, the clear message from the FCB CEO does not seem to have been heard or understood in Europe.

After FC Barcelona has been courting the striker’s services for weeks, L’Equipe reported yesterday about Paris Saint-Germain’s interest. On Sunday, the newspaper even headlined Lewandowski and reported on the specific interest of the Parisians.

The newspaper writes that they are looking for a new striker for the center and want to give him a role that Mauro Icardi could not fill. PSG want to get rid of the Argentine and even Neymar are not averse to accepting an offer if it’s good enough to accept. That would open the sporting and financial door for Lewandowski.

RMC Sport, on the other hand, writes that at a meeting between future PSG sports director Luis Campos and advisor Zahavi, the name Lewandowski was also mentioned, but the transfer is difficult because Lewandowski wants to go to FC Barcelona. But more on that later.

Robert Lewandowski: Relatives worked in Manchester

RMC Sport also report an interest from Chelsea FC who will need a new striker following the possible departure of Romelu Lukaku. The English media also report on the interest. But these also bring Manchester United into play.

The English Sun reports on Sunday that the club has been keeping an eye on Lewandowski for some time and has already inquired about the conditions. The newspaper also writes that in the past, Lewandowski’s family members once worked in Manchester and therefore many of them are ManUnited fans.

To what extent that impresses Lewandowski is another matter. It is clear that the Pole has clearly committed to FC Barcelona, ​​but the Catalans have to overcome major hurdles in order to be able to realize a transfer. Transfer and salary are only possible after sales. And then FC Bayern still has to be convinced.

Spanish radio station Cadena SER reports that Barca president Joan Laporta promised his potential attacker not to drop him, no matter how tricky the situation might be. Whether he also said “Basta” is not known.