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Robert Lewandowski’s agent makes large sum with move to Barcelona

Lewandowski’s agent finalised a deal with Bayern Munich to take the striker to Barcelona.

Ira L. BlackAFP

Pini Zahavi fulfilled his mission. He usually does it like few others. The Israeli agent made the dream of one of his star clients, Robert Lewandowski, come true. Even if he had to turn an ocean liner like Bayern upside down. Slowly, Zahavi prepared and orchestrated the landing of Lewy in Barcelona for his last great challenge. He was excited to try Spain and, incidentally, make his house in Mallorca profitable.

Said and done. It was long, but nothing was left to chance. Neither the public appearances of the forward to whip Bayern nor the leaks in Poland. Bayern was put between a rock and a hard place and on Tuesday in Munich, the matter was shelved amicably with a photo of the Polish striker and all his titles with the Munich shirt.

Commission for Lewandowski deal

Zahavi squared the circle, but he didn’t do it for free. According to The Athletic, the superagent made €10 million in commission as a basic part of Lewandowski’s transfer to Barcelona. The amount must be added to the €45 million fixed plus €5 million in variables of the transfer that the Catalan club paid for the 33-year-old striker.


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