Robert Lewandowski is ready to go public again to force through his Barcelona move

Thomas MUELLER and Robert LEWANDOWSKI of Bayern Munich -Bundesliga
Thomas MUELLER and Robert LEWANDOWSKI of Bayern Munich -Bundesliga

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is reportedly ready to take drastic steps to force through his move to Barcelona this summer.

According to reports in Germany, the Polish striker has agreed to a two-year deal with Barcelona, with the option of a third. But his move to the La Liga side has been blocked by Bayern Munich, who are unwilling to do business with Barcelona.

According to Sport, the Bundesliga champions are refusing to talk, and they have so far knocked back any interest from Barcelona, as they expect Lewandowski to see out his contract at the Allianz Arena.

However, the report by the same publication claims that Lewandowski will again act out publicly if Bayern continues to be stubborn and unwilling to do business.

Sport also added that Lewandowski has made it clear that he will not report for pre-season training over the coming weeks, and has instead urged Bayern to negotiate.

Meanwhile, there has been a conversation between Lewandowski and his club in Mallorca, where he made it clear he has no plans to change his mind and that he expects an amicable solution.

Bayern reportedly noted his desire but are yet to change their position on the matter. 

Barcelona, on the other hand, are hopeful Lewandowski will join them and link up with their squad for the start of their pre-season in the second week of July. The La Liga giants are ready to submit another offer for their number one target but are growing frustrated with Bayern’s stance.