Lewandowski returned to Munich to say goodbye to his former teammates

Polish international Robert Lewandowski traveled again to Munich on Tuesday to say goodbye to his former Bayern Munich colleagues, settling the discomfort of the powerful Bavarian club following his controversial statements to US media.

“Lewandowski has visited us again,” the German champion said via his website with images of the player embracing Thomas Müller and other former teammates.

The former Bayern player also met with the entity’s president, Oliver Kahn, with his sports director, Hasan Salihamidzic, and with the coach, Julian Nagelsmann, details from the club’s official website.

“It was nice to see Robert back in the office. We wish him the best at Barcelona,” Kahn’s message on that page. “We talked for 15 minutes and we clarified everything. He knows how much he owes Bayern,” said Salihamidzic.

As Bild newspaper previously wrote, Lewandowski traveled to Munich on Tuesday, after finishing the tour with his new club, with the aim of saying goodbye properly, after the inconvenience caused by some of his statements.

In an interview with ESPN television, Lewandowski had criticized his former club’s behavior, saying there had been a lot of “politics” in that decision.

In his words: “What happened in the last few weeks before I left Barcelona was also political. The club tried to find a fight to justify my sale because it might have been difficult to explain to the fans.”

The Polish striker said “many lies” were being told about him and was convinced he still had the support of German fans despite this.

Lewandowski, who turns 34 in a few days, signed for Barcelona in exchange for almost €45 million and left Bayern after eight seasons in which he won as many league titles and a Champions League.

Source: El heraldo