Robert Lewandowski can follow the path of many big world stars to continue his career in Saudi Arabia.
The Polish striker is spending his second year at the Camp Nou, but he would not say no to a move to the Saudi Arabian Super League, where he could earn hundreds of millions of euros in the last three or four years.
There is no lack of interest from Arab teams for the Polish striker, while Barcelona is waiting for a high offer to let him go.
The 35-year-old has a contract with the Catalans until the summer of 2026, until an offer of around 50 million euros would make Barcelona give him up.
Sport has reported that Barcelona has already found a replacement for the Pole and that in the Dutch football elite Eredivisie.
Mexican striker Santiago Gimenez is shining with Feyenoord scoring 15 goals in 12 games and he is on Barcelona’s wish list to replace Lewandowski.
However, it will not be easy to transfer the Mexican, since Feyenoord values him at 100 million euros.