Bayern and Barcelona came to an agreement for Lewandowski.
Barcelona have recently confirmed the signing of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich, but not without a parting shot.
The Poland international left the Bundesliga club after spending 8 years and he won all the major trophies for the club.
After just under two months of negotiations, Bayern and Barcelona came to an agreement for Lewandowski.
Asked about the transfer, Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann seemed to think Barcelona are treated differently from the rest.
Nagelsmann, entrenador del Bayern, reflexiona en rueda de prensa sobre la llegada de Lewandowski al Barça:
🗣️ “Es el único club que no tiene dinero, pero luego compra todos los jugadores que quiere. No sé cómo lo hacen. Es un poco raro, un poco loco”. pic.twitter.com/J5MO123HGS
— Relevo (@relevo) July 19, 2022
“It is the only club in the world that have no money, but then buy all the players they want. I don’t know how they do it. It’s a bit strange, a bit crazy.”
Barcelona are currently €1.3bn in debt and were struggling to register players in both transfer windows. Following the additions of Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen, Raphinha and Lewandowski, the Blaugrana have spent a further €103m, as per Transfermarkt.
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