Robert Lewandowski has been a top player for FC Barcelona. The Polish soccer player joined Blaugrana in a high-profile move following a successful time at Bayern Munich. He is currently anticipated to stay until June 30, 2026. The renowned striker’s situation could, however, change if he doesn’t fulfill a condition that Barcelona put forward in the 2023–2024 contract.
Following his significant transfer to FC Barcelona, Lewandowski’s pay was revealed to rise annually, beginning at $20 million. It was recently made public how much he will get annually as well as the complex provisions in his contract.
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If Robert Lewandowski does not play in 55 percent of the games in his third season, Barcelona has the right to fire or terminate him. This implies that he ought to start every game or register at least 45 minutes of action. This is a shocking clause because it gives Barcelona the edge to make the most use of Lewandowski. After all, his stay will be entirely dependent on his performance.
It remains to be seen what happens next with Lewandowski‘s future at FC Barcelona. This clause seems to make matters worse for his relationship with himself and the club, as his start to the season has already been below the standards that he would have hoped.
Robert Lewandowski has just 8 goals and 4 assists in all competitions this 2023-24 season
Despite recording decent goal and assist totals this season, Robert Lewandowski hasn’t been at his famed best. The iconic striker raised expectations when he joined FC Barcelona from Bayern Munich and was crucial to the team’s La Liga triumph in 2022. But due to Barcelona’s on-field shortcomings in 2023, blame has been placed on Lewandowski’s occasionally subpar play.
Robert Lewandowski has just eight goals and four assists in all competitions this 2023-24 season, which in terms of his abilities and statistics is much less compared to how he performs usually. This has raised a lot of doubts in the club’s hierarchy regarding his future.
🇵🇱 Robert Lewandowski’s stats for FC Barcelona:
👕 62 games
⚽️ 41 goals
🎯 12 assists
🏅 Pichichi award
Top Striker! 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/HeCoeJyn7T
— Football or Soccer (@leaguesfans) December 1, 2023
Robert has always been a top professional throughout his career, and this noise surrounding him won’t affect his performances for his current club. Fans hope to get some clarity as soon as possible over his future, as they cannot see their star player leave their club after just two seasons with them.
What will happen next for Lewandowski at FC Barcelona is still up in the air. Given that he has already had a less-than-stellar season thus far, this clause appears to aggravate the problems in his connection with the club and himself.