Lewandowski, long-awaited reunion with Bayern


Two months after his departure from Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski will find the German club on Tuesday, this time in the Barcelona shirt, during a poster for the second day of the Champions League group stage.

Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​Barcelona

“I would like to see our fans warmly welcome him.”

It won’t take Robert Lewandowski long to find his old colors. He was recruited by Barcelona during the summer transfer period with an amount of 45 million euros, and he will face the Polish striker Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening, at the Allianz Arena, in one of the main matches of the second day of the group stage of the Champions League. league. Composed with the German Algol’s 344 goals in 375 games in all competitions, the former Borussia Dortmund player must forget his past seasons of glory on the other side of the Rhine to present the Blaugrana of Xavi with another Group C victory, after his success. The start and a hat-trick against Viktoria Plzen (5-1).

‘He made us suffer in the past’

The Warsaw-born player’s return to Munich was at the center of several pre-match speeches, including that of Bavarian coach Julian Nagelsmann. “If I meet him tomorrow, I will shake his hand. I would like to see our fans give him a warm welcome. It’s normal that someone has given a lot to the club. That’s how things should be. I don’t know if Lewis is the most dangerous player in the team, but I’m sure he is the biggest threat.” They have in front of goal. But if he does not touch the ball, it will be difficult for him to score.”

In the face of the media, Barcelona technical Xavi realizes that this shock will be especially for his leading striker. “He is a natural leader of the team. It will be a special match for him and he will be excited.” Uruguay central defender Ronald Araujo, who is at his side, is delighted that Robert Lewandowski is no longer in the opposite camp. We all know the quality of Robert Lewandowski We are glad to have him with us. He made us suffer in the past but now he’s allowing us to grow as a team.

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