The striker has one year to run in his deal in Germany but could leave this summer
Towards Camp Nou... Robert Lewandowski has said 'yes' to becoming a Barcelona player next season, according to Polish outlet TVP Sport, who say the striker has already communicated his decision to Bayern Munich.
Despite offers from PSG, Manchester City and Liverpool, the Poland international has chosen Barça, who are willing to give him a three year deal, taking him up to 36.
Per the report, Lewandowski's told Bayern's general director Oliver Kahn that an agreement has been reached with Barça following talks between his agent Pini Zahavi and the Catalan club.
It suggests Barça have pulled out of the race to sign Erling Haaland, whose financial demands have proved too much for the club due to their delicate financial situation.
Lewandowski's contract with Bayern runs until 2023, though, so any Bundesliga exit would be dependent on the German club accepting a fee, although he would be cheaper than Haaland.