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Robert Lewandowski returns to Bayern Munich to say goodbye again to team mates

Robert Lewandowski returns to Bayern Munich to say goodbye again to team mates

Robert Lewandowski is once again at Bayern Munich today to purportedly streamline relations with the club following his move to Barcelona.

The Polish striker clarified that he needed to leave the Bundesliga champions this late spring lastly finished a move to the Nou Camp fourteen days prior for £42.5million.

Notwithstanding, he stood out as truly newsworthy over the course of the end of the week for hitting out at Bayern over how his flight was dealt with, guaranteeing ‘a ton of governmental issues’ were involved and that the club made up ‘a ton of bulls**t about him.

As indicated by Bild, Lewandowski is getting back to Bayern’s preparation ground to bid farewell appropriately to his previous team-mates and the club’s staff to guarantee his eight-year stay at the Allianz Arena isn’t polluted.

The 33-year-old likewise allegedly needs to speak Bayern’s board and specifically to donning chief Hasan Salihamidzic.

Salihamidzic told Bild of his dissatisfactions at Lewandowski’s new remarks.

‘I don’t figure out it by any means,’ the Bayern boss said. ‘My dad generally instructed me that when you leave, never close the entryway with your behind.

‘Robert is pointed toward doing precisely that. It’s something Bayern doesn’t acknowledge.’

Lewandowski has been away with Barcelona on their pre-season visit through the United States and is set to make his Nou Camp presentation in a well disposed against Mexican side UNAM this end of the week.

The 33-year-old hit out at claims that Bayern’s advantage in Erling Haaland was at fault for his flight and proposed that the Bavarian side attempted to come up with a rationalization to legitimize his deal to allies.

‘I would rather not talk about what happened precisely,’ Lewandowski told ESPN.

‘In any case, assuming the inquiry is if the choice to move was a result of him [Haaland], no, I didn’t see the issue in the event that he joined Bayern Munich.

‘However, some sort of individuals doesn’t tell me reality, offer something else and for me it meant quite a bit honestly, to remain valid, and perhaps for a couple of individuals that was the issue.

‘In the end I realize that something doesn’t function admirably and that’s what I realized, OK I see and I feel that perhaps it’s a great chance to move out of Bayern Munich and join Barcelona.

‘I had a generally excellent relationship with my teammates, with the staff, with the mentor, and these are everything I will miss since I invested a lovely energy there. Furthermore, we were companions from the pitch as well as another component.

‘Be that as it may, in the end this part is finished and I open another section in my life and another section in my vocation.’

Lewandowski joined Bayern on a free exchange from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in 2014. He scored 375 goals in 344 appearances, making him the club’s subsequent all-time goalscorer.


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