Several reports claim that Robert Lewandowski's agent, Pini Zahavi, is in Munich to hold talks with Bayern about his striker's uncertain future.
According to French radio station RMC, Zahavi wants to ask for permission for Lewandowski to leave the club this summer, with the striker set to be keen on joining FC Barcelona.
Spanish journalist Gerard Romero claims that Zahavi held talks with Barcelona sporting director Mateu Alemany in a restaurant in Barcelona last night.
According to his information, Barcelona told the agent that they are prepared to spend around €30-35 million to sign Lewandowski at the end of the season.
Lewandowski, meanwhile, is reportedly ready to take a pay cut from the €12.5 million he currently earns per season to make the move happen.
Whether Lewandowski would be allowed to leave the club one year before his contract expires is doubtful, though. Speaking to Sky last Sunday, Bayern board member for sport Hasan Salihamidzic ruled out selling the Polish international this summer.