The Polish attacker is keen on leaving Bayern Munich this summer but a long wait to get his move to Barca done is taking almost forever.
Robert Lewandowski‘s relationship with the Bavarians has gotten to a point where only an exit will favor both parties and Thomas Tuchel is hopeful Chelsea can steal into a deal.
Barcelona has been the most mentioned name in the former Dortmund man’s transfer talk with the Catalans said to have already agreed personal terms.
Currently the La Liga Giants are restricted by their financial state when it has to do with registering new players, more reason they are yet to complete the marking of Andreas Christensen from Chelsea.
Robert Lewandowski leaving Bayern Munich is one thing at the top of his list at the moment and he won’t do that for a mid-table team rather a top competitor in both their local league and the UEFA Champions League.
Chelsea are looking to rebuild their squad this summer with Tuchel said to have been handed a €200m transfer fund by the new owner, Todd Boehly.
Tuchel already knows the complications in stealing Lewandowski from Barcelona’s claws but the German isn’t scared of putting up a very strong fight.
The Blues know they are at advantage should they snap in on time for Lewy considering Barcelona state.
A very close source to the Striker has disclosed that he is gradually growing impatient with the long wait to complete a move to Barcelona.
The 33-year-old is now beginning to fancy looking at other suitors which include Chelsea as the next in line after Barcelona.
Paris Saint Germain are also another team on the attacker’s trail but he is said to be more keen on joining La Liga.
As it stands, Lewandowski is now beginning to consider listening to offers from Chelsea also since Barcelona are yet to get their issues off their neck.
The Catalans agreed to reduce their squad in order to make space for new registrations and names like Ousmane Dembele and Frankie De Jong have been linked to a move to Chelsea and Man United respectively.
None of these deals are near completion which tells Lewy he doesn’t know when Barcelona will complete a move for his, one thing the Want-Away striker doesn’t want is remaining at Bayern Munich.