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Bayern: Lewandowski has already returned to Munich

The arrival of Robert Lewandowski Announced July 19 Barcelona. After leaving Bayern Munich, the Polish striker immediately joined the American tour of the Catalans, so he could not say goodbye to his teammates. He has now returned to the Bavarians’ training center to make up for it.

Lewandowski said goodbye to his former teammates (Photo: AFP)

Robert Lewandowski Previously awarded to German Bild In a farewell interview He said that he did not have time to say goodbye to his comrades as he should, so he would soon do so.

“It all happened so fast and spontaneously. I told the guys thank you so much. We made history together and I will never forget it” Lewandowski said as he left.

The Polish striker in ruby ​​red and blues was captured on camera in Munich on Tuesday morning as he drove his former official car inside Bayern Munich He drove to his training center. After his arrival, he waved to the crowd and saluted the media, according to A . reports Build.

The striker met his former teammates and distributed gifts.

“I said goodbye to everyone and everyone received a gift. I thanked them for their support and everything they did for me. Now I can leave with a clear conscience Lewandowski said Sky Sports. – There were emotional moments for me, but they were also difficult. I will never forget what I received here and what I lived here. That was the most important thing to me, and now I can look forward.”

Lewandowski also met the sporting director of the Bavarians. Hasan Salihamidzic Previously he had made a strong statement about the striker’s departure, so that the conversation could be spent on a lukewarm atmosphere.

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“My father taught me not to shut the door with my butt when I leave. He is now (Lewandowski – editor) He’s on his way to do it, so I think we should have a little chat”– Salihamidzic said on Saturday.

However, everything went well, the 33-year-old said that everything went well and was able to successfully say goodbye: “Last week was a bit complicated for everyone, but sometimes that was part of football. It doesn’t make me forget what we achieved here together in the past eight years!”

Lewandowski left at 11 am, but the fans did not say goodbye to him kindly. As can be heard in the Sport 1 press video, many people bid farewell to the Bayern legend with shouts of “Hala Madrid!”.