Details from the contract offered to Robert Lewandowski by Real Madrid have been published.
The contract, drawn up in December 2013, includes information such as the striker’s proposed salary, signing bonus and contract length ahead of a move to the Santiago Bernabeu.
By the time this contract was written, Lewandowski had already verbally agreed to join Bayern Munich when his Borussia Dortmund deal ran out the following summer.
The contract, published by Polish news outlet Onet Sport, shows that Lewandowski would’ve earned a signing bonus of 10,957,650 euros the following February had he joined Real Madrid.
Los Blancos offered a wage of 9,609,590 euros to the Pole, with the deal due to last until June 2020.
Also included in the proposed contract were a list of activities Lewandowski was not allowed to do if he joined Real Madrid, such as riding a motorbike, skiing, going on a motorboat, paragliding and climbing.
Not wanting to risk being a back-up to Karim Benzema, Lewandowski never signed the contract, opting to move to Bayern instead.