Barcelona 'to increase Robert Lewandowski offer to £42m', Ousmane Dembele 'agrees two-year contract at Barcelona' Paul Pogba rejoins Juventus on free transfer from Manchester United
Barcelona are reportedly planning to make an improved offer of €50m (£42m) for Bayern Munich centre-forward Robert Lewandowski in the near future.
The Catalan club's president Joan Laporta recently revealed that his side were in discussions with the Bundesliga champions over a possible deal for the Poland international.
"You know that we have made an offer for Lewandowski and we're waiting on Bayern's response. I want to thank the player for the effort he's made to come.
They're evaluating the offer and we're waiting for the response," Laporta told reporters.
Ousmane Dembele has reportedly come to an agreement with Barcelona that will see him sign a two-year deal at Camp Nou on a reduced salary.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, an agreement between the two parties is now close.
Romano claims that the attacker has 'accepted all clauses', with the new deal set to run until June 2024, and it will be on a reduced salary due to Barcelona's financial problems.
Paul Pogba has been officially unveiled as a Juventus player after rejoining the Bianconeri on a free transfer from Manchester United.
Now, Juventus have officially completed the signing of Pogba on a free transfer, and he has signed a four-year deal with Massimiliano Allegri's side until the summer of 2026.