Barcelona have stopped selling the shirt of their new Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski, who hails from German football league champions Bayern Munich, at the Catalan club’s main store at Camp Nou.
According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, there has been a strong demand for the Lewandowski jersey in Barcelona stores in recent days, to the point where the “W” ended in the main store at the Camp Nou stadium.
The Spanish newspaper indicated that Barcelona will work to resolve this issue quickly tomorrow Thursday, so that Lewandowski’s shirts will be reprinted in the coming days.
The 33-year-old Polish striker moved to Barcelona for 45 million euros, on top of a variable cost of 5 million euros.
Robert Lewandowski joined Barcelona’s United States camp but did not take part in his new team’s friendly against Inter Miami (6-0) today Wednesday.