Robert Lewandowski said goodbye to his former colleagues during a visit to Munich, spoke to sports director Hasan Salihamidzic – and received malice from the fans.
“Everything is okay. I met everyone and thanked them. Last week was a bit complicated for everyone. But that’s part of football sometimes. But that doesn’t mean I forget what we’ve achieved here in the last eight years. I’m It’s sad, but I can go on with a pure heart,” said Lewandowski to several media representatives on Säbener Strasse on Tuesday morning and spoke of “emotional moments, difficult moments”.
The 33-year-old forward was loud picture traveled to Munich on Sunday evening. On Monday he had a photo session at the Allianz Arena, where he was photographed with all the trophies he had won.
On Tuesday, Lewandowski said goodbye to his former colleagues and coach Julian Nagelsmann and his staff before a training session in the dressing room. “There were gifts for everyone,” said Lewandowski.
This was followed by a meeting with sports director Hasan Salihamidzic. In the course of the turbulent transfer to FC Barcelona, the two had previously criticized each other publicly. Most recently, the star striker accused in an interview ESPN his ex-club of lies and claimed they had told “bullshit” about him.
Lewandowski also sent a special thank you to the supporters of the record champions. “The fans have always been very important to me,” he said. “The Bayern fans will remain in my heart forever and I will never forget that.” Or maybe yes? When Lewandowski left the underground car park on Säbener Strasse in the red Audi, the fans waiting there said goodbye to him with shouts of “Hala Madrid”.