Barcelona have now officially unveiled new signing Robert Lewandowski, MySportDab reports.
Lewandowski has now worn a a Barcelona Jersey for the first time since his transfer from Bayern Munich got completed.
The 33-year-old had one year left on his Bayern Munich contract and told the club of his plans for a new challenge.
Barcelona is the only club the player wanted to join and Coach Xavi played a crucial role in making it possible.
In a video released by Barcelona across social media channels on Tuesday, Lewandowski is seen walking up to a camera in Barcelona’s Jersey before saying the words ‘Hi, Cules’.
On Sunday, Barca officially announced confirmation of the on an initial four-year contract for £42.5m.
Lewandowski arrived in Miami to meet his new teammates on Sunday and start his new life.
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) July 19, 2022
Now, he can take part in the club’s Pre-season matches left.
Speaking earlier on this summer, Lewandowski made it clear he does not want to stay at Bayern Munich.
In June, he said: ‘They failed to listen to me until the end.
‘Something is gone inside me. I just want to leave. Loyalty and respect are just as important for me,’ he added.
Lewandowski leaves Bayern Munich the club’s second all-time leading goalscorer with 344 goals in 375 matches.
The Polish striker won the Bundesliga in every season at the club, and the Champions League in 2020.