Robert Lewandowski agrees terms with Real Madrid; £300,000-per-week move could still be scuppered

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague has claimed that Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has agreed terms over a blockbuster move to Real Madrid.

Ballague wrote for Spanish newspaper AS that Lewandowski has reached a private arrangement with Los Blancos, and could become their latest Galactico signing.

According to Ballague in AS, Lewandowski and agent Cezary Kucharski met with Real Madrid director Jose Angel Sanchez while they were in Madrid for Bayern’s Champions League semi-final with Atletico.

Ballague adds that the Poland international is demanding wages of £300,000, which is deterring Bayern from offering him an extension to his contract, which runs until 2019.

However, the Bundesliga champions are still unlikely to sell because they would have to pay huge money to land a prolific forward who could replace Lewandowski’s goals.

The 27-year-old scored an unbelievable 48 goals for club and country this season, including five in nine minutes as a substitute as part of a run of 12 in four Bayern games.

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