Lewandowski says goodbye to Bayern fans

Polish striker Robert Lewandowski said goodbye to his fans and colleagues at Bayern Munich today, Saturday, in preparation for a move to Barcelona.

“I said goodbye to my teammates during training today,” Lewandowski said in a statement released by European transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

He added: “I wasn’t worried about the possibility of injury because something could happen to me even when I was at home, but I wanted to keep fit and train with my teammates (at Bayern) for the last time.”

And he continued: “I will return and say goodbye to all the staff properly. I don’t have much time for that right now.”

He concluded: “Those eight years (with Bayern) have been special. Don’t forget about it. I had a great time in Munich. and organize some things.”

Lewandowski surprised everyone and took part in Bayern’s training today despite the German club’s agreement to leave for Barcelona on Friday.

And German and Spanish media have confirmed that Lewandowski will move from Bayern Munich to Barcelona for 45 million euros in addition to 5 million bonuses.

It is worth noting that Lewandowski moved to Bayern Munich from Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer in 2014 and played 375 games, scoring 344 goals and scoring 72 goals.

Source: agencies

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