Emotional Moment Lewandowski Was Captured on Video Meeting His New Barcelona Teammates for the First Time
- A delighted Robert Lewandowski looks excited as he meets his new Barcelona team-mates for the first time in Florida, USA
- The 33-year-old forward sealed a £42.5m switch from Bayern Munich after undergoing a medical in Miami
- Lewandowski could make his Barcelona debut when they play MLS team Inter Miami in the first match of their United States tour
Robert Lewandowski has met his Barcelona teammates for the first time after completing his move from Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich over the weekend.
The 33-year-old forward had expressed his desire to leave the Bavarians and joined Barcelona after the Catalan giants agreed a £42.5m deal to sign the Poland striker this summer.
Lewandowski, who flew to the United States to undergo his medical, has now met his new Barcelona teammates for the first time since finalizing his transfer from Bayern Munich.
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The Poland striker shook hands and embraced his new teammates, including Ousmane Dembele and Jordi Alba, as he joined up with the Barcelona squad, who were having lunch.
Robert Lewandowski is expected to make his Barcelona debut when the Catalan giants square off against MLS team Inter Miami in the first match of their United States tour on Tuesday, July 19.
Lewandowski eager to forget feud with Bayern Munich
Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski has revealed that he intends to quickly put the disagreement that clouded his final days at Bayern Munich this summer behind him Goal reports.
The 33-year-old forward hopes his relationship with Bayern Munich can be repaired in the future after he completed his move to Barcelona last weekend.
Lewandowski enjoyed a spectacular eight-year spell at the Allianz Arena, winning the Bundesliga in every season he spent with the German giants while also lifting the Champions League in 2020.
Barcelona tipped to win 2022/23 La Liga title
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Barcelona has been backed to win the 2022/23 La Liga title even before a game is kicked in the upcoming league season in Spain.
The Blaugrana has pulled off some remarkable signings in the summer transfer window, with Robert Lewandowski the latest arrival at the Camp Nou.
Former Barcelona star, Hristo Stoichkov is very excited by the business done by the Catalan giants and has predicted that the La Liga title will head back to Barcelona this season.