Spanish giants, Real Madrid have reached a ‘principle agreement’ with Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski for a transfer this summer.
Spanish media outlet, El Mundo Deportivo disclosed that the Polish international’s agent, Pini Zahavi has agreed a move with the Los Blancos representatives, with only Bayern left to authorize the deal requirement.
The report also said that a 2-year deal has been struck regarding payments with an option of a third included.
Recall that Lewandowski rejected a new deal at Bayern and opened talks with Madrid.
The 29-year-old reportedly switched agent to Zahavi recently in order to drive a move to the Spanish capital.
Meanwhile, Madrid president, Florentino Perez has reportedly been restrained over any such deal as he wished to see how their prospective move for Paris Saint-Germain forward, Neymar unfolded.