Robert Lewandowski greets Bayern Munich, where he has won everything that could be won with a club, to become a new Barcelona player. The Spanish club have reached an economic agreement with Bayern Munich for the card of the Polish striker born in 1988.
Lewandowski will expire in 2023 with Bayern Munich. Barcelona will pay the German club 50 million dollars and have the Polish soccer star sign a contract until 2025. With Bayern Munich, Lewandowski played 375 matches with 344 goals scored and 72 winning assists.
With Poland Lewandowski has scored 76 goals in 132 games. The forward will report to Bayern's sports center for the day where he will train separately, but will not participate in the presentation of the new team for next season.
Subsequently he will leave to join his family and then on Sunday he should show up in Barcelona where they await him for the usual medical examinations and the signing of the contract with his new club.
Lewandowski's career highlights
Considered the greatest Polish footballer of all time, as well as one of the strongest strikers of all times, he is one of the most successful players in the Bundesliga, and is 11th in the ranking of the most prolific scorers in football history.
He is the most prolific foreigner in the Bundesliga and the second best scorer in this competition, as well as the first among the players still in business. With 41 goals scored (in just 29 games) in the 2020-2021 season, he became the player who scored the most in a single Bundesliga edition, breaking Gerd Müller's record.
He is also the third highest scorer in the UEFA Champions League, behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, as well as the player who has scored the most goals in his first 100 appearances in the same competition (81). In 2010, after winning a Polish championship (2009-10), a Polish Cup (2008-09) and a Polish Super Cup (2009) with Lech Poznań, he moved to Borussia Dortmund, with whom he won two German championships.
(2010-11, 2011-12), a German Cup (2011-12) and a German Super Cup (2013). After four seasons, he moved to Bayern Munich, with whom he won eight consecutive German championships (from 2015 to 2022), three German Cups (2015-16, 2018-19, 2019-20), five German Super Cups (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021), one UEFA Champions League (2019-20), one UEFA Super Cup (2020) and one FIFA Club World Cup (2020).