Robert Lewandowski left Bayern Munich with a clear conscience.
The 33-year-old Poland striker has officially bid goodbye to his Bayern teammates earlier this week and can now move on with a clear conscience.
“It was sad and difficult,” Lewandowski told Sky Sports News. “I will always be grateful for what I won and experienced here. I have thanked everyone for what they did for me and given them gifts. It was emotional and difficult.
“The last few weeks were difficult for everyone, but I will never forget what I had here and I thank the fans for their support. Now I can leave with a clear conscience.”
He played three games for Barcelona in the pre-season but struggled to hit at the back of the net.
“He has been scoring in training, as the ball was going in yesterday and then today it didn’t, but it’s normal,” Xavi told reporters.
“The same thing also happened with Luis Suarez and Ferran Torres when they arrived. He is going to score goals, even though he brings much more than goals.”
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