Lewandoski move to Barcelona was done in a swift second without hurdles, a shocking move to debt ridden Barcelona
But the polish man is reportedly to receive massive pay cut at Barcelona
And so Lewandowski, who is one of the best players in the world, has agreed to take a massive pay-cut in order to complete the move.
According to Marca it revealed in March that Lewandowski was earning a gross salary of €23m-per-year at Bayern Munich.
Marca state that he will sign a contract until 2026 with a net salary of €9m-per-year at Barcelona, which works out to a gross salary of around €17.6m-per-year [€336,000-per-week], according to salaryaftertax.com.
That means Lewandowski has taken a mammoth €5.4m-per-year pay-cut to secure his dream move to Barcelona.
Marca also revealed the highest-paid La Liga players back in March. And Lewandowski has taken such a massive pay-cut that he does not feature among the top nine.
Here are the nine highest-paid players in La Liga below… (all salaries in gross)
9. Luka Modric – €20m-per-year
8. David Alaba – €20m-per-year
7. Jan Oblak – €20m-per-year
6. Jordi Alba – €20m-per-year
5. Antoine Griezmann – €20m-per-year
4. Toni Kroos – €22m-per-year
3. Sergio Busquets – €23m-per-year
2. Karim Benzema – €24m-per-year
1. Eden Hazard – €30m-per-year