The Polish striker of Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski, will return to the team after a vacation on July 12 and resume training.
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According to the source, the Polish striker wanted to resolve the issue with his new team before that date, but now he will be forced to start pre-season training at Bayern, which he has publicly announced his desire to leave.
Bayern have no intention of lowering their buyout requirements for 33-year-old Lewandowski. The Munich club asks €50-55 million for the player in one tranche, while Barcelona is ready to pay no more than €40 million.
Lewandowski scored 50 goals and provided seven assists in 46 games across all competitions last season. His contract expires in a year.