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Guardiola expresses doubts over Lewandowski Barcelona move

Pep Guardiola can't anticipate Bayern Munich letting Robert Lewandowski leave nor Barcelona having the monetary ability to sign the striker.

Lewandowski is contracted to Bayern for the rest of next season, yet he is endeavoring to design a transition to Camp Nou a year sooner in the midst of interest from the Catalan monsters.

The Poland chief proclaimed his story was over at Bayern toward the finish of May, as disagreements regarding contract proposition between his representative and the Bundesliga champions proceeded.

While Lewandowski seems goal on joining Xavi's side, there remain questions concerning the funds behind an arrangement, with LaLiga manager Javier Tebas expressing Barca can't bear the cost of the 33-year-old except if they sell something like one valued resource.

Blaugrana president Joan Laporta hit back at Tebas' remarks, however Barca's financial VP Eduard Romeu conceded the club should sell players before they would be in a situation to land Lewandowski.

Manchester City chief and Blaugrana legend Guardiola, talking at the Legends Golf Trophy occasion in Mallorca, communicated his questions about whether Lewandowski will move to Spain.

"It appears to be that they have it troublesome," he said on Monday. "His profession justifies itself with real evidence. We are discussing Lewandowski, he adjusts to any place.

"In any case, I don't have any idea, I couldn't say whether the monetary circumstance can permit him to go along with, I couldn't say whether Bayern will let him go. I as of now have different issues!"

Guardiola directed City to their fourth Premier League title in five seasons last month and his side will be supported by the approaching appearance of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

It has been accounted for Bernardo Silva is an objective of Barca should Frenkie de Jong leave for Manchester United.

Guardiola would just remark on Barca's monetary circumstance, however, as he point by point his expectations that the Blaugrana will return as a prevailing power in his country.

"Appears as though they're having it extreme," he said when requested from Silva. "I trust everything works out in a good way for them however with the circumstance they have they can't do extraordinary things.

"There are crossroads ever, everybody needs to acknowledge it when the circumstance is how it is and now and again going with low assumptions will assist you with rising rapidly.

"The assumptions can be low a result of the circumstance not due to the absence of nature of the mentors, the players or the directorate.

"The discernment I have is great, yet you need to smoothly go. That's what everybody knows whether the circumstance isn't great you can't make huge signings. You need to contemplate dominating the following match."

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