Robert Lewandowski hasn't started the season as brilliantly as he'd have liked but he's still one of the most sought-after strikers in the world — in the Middle East and America at least.
Diario AS reports that Lewandowski received a €150m per year deal to leave Barca and head to Saudi Arabia but the striker turned it down.
Some teams in the MLS are also courting the striker ahead of their season resuming in February but Lewa is bent on staying in Catalonia.
His wife Anna gives us a hint on why Lewandowski just isn't considering leaving Barcelona anytime soon.
"When we lived in Munich, I was completely absorbed in work. I was getting into a kind of whirlwind and sometimes I wondered why I did that. Robert also asked me that question. After moving to Barcelona, I changed my way of seeing life,' Anna says.
"I began to value life more and enjoy it to the fullest. The Catalans have taught me that there is only one life and that it is worth enjoying it.
"Now I try to be more spontaneous and enjoy the small moments. You could say that Catalonia is my place and I hope we settle here and stay for a long time, because our daily life here is completely different from that of Warsaw or Munich.
"We live near the beach and we spend a lot of time there," Anna concludes.
Barcelona are bringing Vitor Roque to the club but the 18-year-old is still to young to shoulder the goalscoring burden of a huge club like Barca. It's why Lewandowski will probably remain at the club to mentor the young striker until his contract elapses in 2025.