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Barcelona superstar on the radars of multiple Saudi Arabian clubs, says FIFA agent



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With only a week remaining before the transfer window comes to a close, Barcelona are working round the clock to meet their targets by the end of the month.

One of the club’s priorities is to sign Joao Cancelo, but the Blaugrana are also looking to sanction the exit of a few unwanted first-team stars.

However, as we approach the end of the transfer market, Marco Kirdemir, a FIFA agent, suggests there could be a ‘bomb’ before the end of the month.

Multiple Saudi clubs interested in Lewandowski

Saudi Arabian clubs have made headlines in the transfer market this summer.

Al Hilal have been in the limelight by acquiring the services of Neymar, who was also linked with a return to Barcelona. In addition to Neymar, they have roped in players such as Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Ruben Neves, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Yassine Bounou.

The likes of Al Nassr, Al Ittihad and Al-Ahli are not ones to be left behind either, having made some big name signings over the past few monhts.

And as per Kirdemir on Radio MARCA, Saudi Arabian clubs are now interested in signing Robert Lewandowski. They want the Pole to become their last important signing this summer.

Lewandowski on Saudi Arabia’s radars. (Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images)

“Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad want Kroos for this same season. They will also go for Lewandowski; the Saudis like him a lot,” Kirdemir said.

“There will be a bomb,” he added.

Lewandowski is no stranger to interest from Saudi Arabia, as the forward was pursued by the oil-rich nation earlier in the summer as well.

But the veteran striker appears to have no desire to leave Barcelona right now and looks destined to continue at Camp Nou for the time being.

Talking about the interest from Saudi Arabia, Lewandowski had said: “I don’t think about it, because why should I think about it when there is no topic? Especially since my contract still lasts a while. I see what’s going on [in Arabia], but it doesn’t concern me, for now, I have other priorities.”

However, the former Borussia Dortmund striker must improve his performances, after enduring a slow start to the new season.

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