The player will not come to the Catalan city until after the tour of the States is over
Robert Lewandowski may not come to Barcelona in the short term. The club, the player and his agent are working on the details of his arrival and he is likely to head to Mallorca, where his family are on holiday, from Munich. And then, from there, directly to Miami to have his medical, sign and start training with the team.
The deal was agreed on Wednesday night and it means Lewandowski has the green light to leave Munich.
The Pole is likely to head on Monday to Miami from Mallorca, without stopping in Barcelona. What Barcelona are sure about is that the official presentation will be made after the club get back from tour - but the protocol is that he will sign his deal with Joan Laporta in Miami.