Robert Lewandowski has calmed things with Bayern Munich.
The Polish forward joined Barcelona this summer ending his eight-year spell with the Bundesliga giants.
Both the club and player engaged in a ‘war of words’ and Lewandowski admitted his relationship with Bayern had completely broken down.
But now the 33-year-old forward has done his best to calm things around.
“The club and the city mean a lot to me, my two daughters were born in Munich and we said goodbye to everybody,” Lewandowski told Sport1.
“There are no two opinions about my sporting time at FC Bayern.
“What we have experienced together as a team in eight years, nobody can and will take that away from us. When I think back to the five goals against Wolfsburg, the 41 goals in the Bundesliga or the sextuple with Hansi Flick…those were wonderful moments.”
On his departure, he added: “It is what it is. We made history together and I always gave 100%. There wasn’t a day that I sat back. The people in charge know that too. Mutual gratitude, mutual respect – that’s how we stayed together. FC Bayern will always be in my heart.”