This is what Lewandowski told his colleagues in his farewell message

Munich: Polish striker Robert Lewandowski greeted his Bayern Munich colleagues, in view of the finalization of his transfer to Barcelona. After weeks of speculation about Lewandowski’s stay at the club Bavarian, despite his desire to leave, Bayern Munich announced yesterday, Saturday, that they have reached a verbal agreement with Barcelona in about the financial value of the transfer for his Polish top scorer. “I would like to thank my colleagues, the members of the technical staff, the management of the club and all those who have always supported me and facilitated our mission to win titles with Bayern, “wrote Lewandowski on his account on the” Instagram “network. Lewandowski spent eight years at Bayern Munich and in all these years he won the Bundesliga title, and also won the Champions League with Bayern in 2020. The Polish sniper beat the record for the number of goals scored in a season in Bundesliga, and has won the award for the best player in the world twice. “I am proud of what we have achieved together and above all I want to thank the fans for making Bayern the club exceptional that it is now, “said Lewandowski. He added:” I was honored to spend eight wonderful years with this club and his fans and will forever remain in my heart. “According to i mediaLewandowski, 33, will sign a four-year contract with Barcelona on Sunday after reaching an agreement with Bayern on the deal, the initial value of which is estimated in 45 million euros. (Dpa)