Lewandowski Pens Emotional Farewell to Bayern Munich, Poses With 24 Trophies He Won With German Champions

Lewandowski Pens Emotional Farewell to Bayern Munich, Poses With 24 Trophies He Won With German Champions

  • Robert Lewandowski has bid goodbye to Bayern Munich on social media after ending his 8-year relationship with the Bundesliga champions
  • The 33-year-old forward posted a photo of him posing with the twenty-four trophies he earned while playing for Bayern Munich in his farewell post
  • The Polish striker is now a Barcelona player, having made a £42.5million switch to the Catalan giants and signed a 3-year deal with the La Liga club

Robert Lewandowski has posted on his Instagram page of himself alongside the major titles he had won with Bayern Munich as he penned a farewell message to the German champions.

The 33-year-old had sealed a £42.5million switch to Barcelona after ending his 8-year relationship with the Bundesliga heavyweights this summer.

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Robert Lewandowski spent 8 seasons with Bayern Munich and won 24 trophies in his time at the Allianz Arena. Photo by Marvin Ibo Guengoer
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During his 8 seasons at Bayern Munich, Lewandowski won 8 league titles, 3 DFP Pokal trophies, 5 DFL-Supercups, 1 Champions League, 1 Super Cup, and 1 Club World Cup, The Sun reports.

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On a personal level, the 33-year-old forward was twice voted league player of the year, was the league's leading scorer six times, twice received Europe's Golden Shoe, and in 2021 was crowned Ballon d'Or Striker of the Year.

Lewandowski also scored an incredible 344 goals in 375 matches at the Bavarian side to become the club’s second all-time goal scorer behind Germany legend, Gerd Muller.

Lewandowski admits leaving Bayern Munich was sad and difficult

Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski leaving Bayern Munich this summer was a difficult decision he had to make after sealing a move to join La Liga giants Barcelona.

The 33-year-old forward disclosed he was sad about the manner in which he left the Bundesliga champions but disclosed he is leaving with a clear conscience Marca reports.

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Lewandowski didn't leave on the very best of terms, having pushed for a transfer to Barcelona even though he had one more year left on his Bayern Munich contract.

Lewandowski returns to Germany to say a proper goodbye to Bayern Munich

Earlier, Sports Brief reported Robert Lewandowski has returned to Germany to say a proper farewell to his former Bayern Munich colleagues, executives and the rest of the club’s personnel.

Players of the La Liga club have been given a couple of days off after they returned from the trip to the United States, and the Pole used his short holiday to make one final stop at Allianz Arena.

Lewandowski used the chance to have a proper send-off ceremony at his former stomping grounds and to mend sour relationships with the hierarchy of the Bundesliga giants due to the ugly way in which his exit happened.

Source: Sports Brief News