Barcelona is said to have pulled off a surprise coup by agreeing to terms with goal dynamo Robert Lewandowski.
Numerous Polish outlets, including Interia Sport, are reporting that the 33-year-old Bayern Munich striker has signed a three-year contract with the Spanish giants.
Lewandowksi has been playing football in Germany since 2010 when he moved from Lech Poznan to Borussia Dortmund.
The forward subsequently moved on to fierce Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich, where he won seven league championships and the Champions League.
Barcelona, the Catalan giants, have been anxious to get a quality striker to lead the revolution under Nou Camp hero Xavi.
Pini Zahavi, Lewandowski’s agent, had been in talks with the La Liga club, but now reports in the striker’s homeland claim personal terms have been agreed, though, with a year left on his contract in Bavaria, there are still some obstacles to overcome, with some suggesting the player could invoke a clause to end it early.
A number of big European teams, including Liverpool and Manchester City in the English Premier League, as well as PSG, have been connected with the forward, but he has apparently chosen to join Barcelona.