Robert Lewandowski says goodbye to his Bayern Munich teammates earlier than the transfer to Barcelona

Robert Lewandowski has confirmed that he has stated goodbye to his teammates in Bayern Munich as he approaches a transfer to Barcelona.

Lewandowski has made no secret of his want to be a part of La Blaugrana this summer time, talking publicly and urging Bayern to let him resign on a number of events.

The transfer had appeared doubtful for a while as a consequence of Barca’s monetary issues, however after the membership not too long ago used the “second lever” on its monetary restoration, the switch ought to be accomplished instantly.

As reported by 90min, Barcelona need to finish the signing at the top of the weekend and have agreed a deal value 50 million euros with Bayern.

And Lewandowski confirmed that he could be on the transfer after finishing what’s probably to be his final coaching session for Die Roten on Saturday.

“I will come back and say goodbye to all the employees properly. I did not have much time to prepare for it now,” the striker instructed Sky Sports Germany.

“These eight years were special and you will not forget that. I had a fantastic time in Munich. I will soon be flying, but after the training camp I will come again and say goodbye properly and organize some things.

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“I stated goodbye to the blokes on the sphere at present, I used to be not frightened about an harm in coaching. Something might occur to me at house. Wanted to preserve match and skilled with the blokes once more.”

Lewandowski might be the membership’s fourth signing of the switch window after Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen and Raphinha. Ousmane Dembele has additionally signed once more after his contract expired at the top of final season.

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