Liga - Transferts - Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelone) règle ses comptes avec le Bayern Munich, son ancien club

Liga – Transferts – Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelone) règle ses comptes avec le Bayern Munich, son ancien club


Robert Lewandowski had scores to settle. And it was with ESPN, this Saturday, that the Polish international striker, now 33, confided, for the very first time, after his transfer to FC Barcelona, ​​​​for an amount estimated at around 45 million euros plus five million in bonuses. The words of the centre-forward, twice winner of the Golden Boot as Europe’s top scorer, were strong, as he even accused Bayern Munich of having invented lies about him, in order to to justify his departure to the supporters of the Bavarian club.

Now it’s time for a new adventure, within FC Barcelona, ​​for whom the second of the Ballon d’Or 2021 has signed a three-year contract: “Everything that happened in the last few weeks, before I left Bayern, it was a lot of politics. The club tried to find an argument to justify my sale to another club because it was surely difficult to explain to the fans. And I had to accept that even though there was a lot of bullshit said about me (…). In the end, I know that the fans, even at this time, still support me a lot. “


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For me it was always important to stay true

Lewandowski also denied that his desire to leave was linked to Bayern’s supposed interest in Norwegian international striker Erling Haaland, who eventually transferred to the Manchester City side from Borussia Dortmund: “No, it had nothing to do with Erling. (…) I don’t want to talk about what exactly happened. But if the question is whether the decision to leave was because of him, no, I didn’t see the problem if he joined Bayern Munich.” Before adding: “(…) For me, it was always important to be clear, to stay true, and maybe for a few people that was the problem. And in the end, (…) I feel that it was maybe the right time to leave Bayern Munich and join Barcelona.”


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The Polish international, who passed through Borussia Dortmund, also denied having left on bad terms with his former partners: “I had a very good relationship with my Bayern team-mates, with the staff, with the coach, and I’m going to miss all of that because I had a great time there. And we weren’t just friends on the field, (…) This chapter is over and I open a new chapter in my life and a new chapter in my career.”

Robert Lewandowski, second top scorer in the history of the Bundesliga (312 goals), very quickly indicated his desire to leave the Bayern Munich club, with whom he exploded his statistics, with no less than 344 goals scored in 375 matches. disputed.


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