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FC Barcelona to get its ace as Bayern agrees to release Robert Lewandowski

Barcelona has reached an agreement in principle with Bayern Munich to sign striker Robert Lewandowski, who will sign a contract as a "Azulgrana" for the next three seasons, according to ESPN.

The Polish striker will join the Spanish team in a contract worth 45 million euros plus five million euros in variables. Lewandoski will arrive in Barcelona on July 16 to sign the contract and then travel to the United States to join the team's preseason.

Lewandowski will be presented upon his return from Barcelona's preseason series of matches before the next Joan Gamper Trophy, which Barcelona will play against mexican team Pumas UNAM on August 7 at Camp Nou.

Lewandowski rejected offers from PSG and Chelsea

Fabrizio Romano, an Italian journalist who is well known in the transfer world for bringing forward signings, also claims that there is an agreement between Barcelona and Lewandowski and added that the Polish striker did not consider the offers from PSG and Chelsea, only the one from Barcelona.

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