Robert Lewandowski has become the latest and brand new signature of Barcelona. Dhruvam, concluded the agreement with Bayern In 2023, he decided to leave after eight seasons to live his first experience in the Spanish league.
Given in an interview BuildThe 33-year-old striker believes the Catalans will be fighting for all the titles next season and revealed what he told him. Xavi Hernandez In Ibiza. There, the coach convinced him to come to Camp Nou.
“This is the most important decision of my life. “I hope to win many titles with Barcelona,” the scorer began.
“Xavi has a plan to get Barca back to the top. I ran into him by chance in Ibiza and we immediately had good chemistry. He told me: I will wait for you, we will work well and win many titles,” he says. Lewandowski.
The footballer promises Barcelona It will be a serious candidate for the Champions League. “He had problems last season but now the club has incredible potential. Now they have made some great signings and the club is on the right track to get back to the top. My aim, obviously, is to help the team recover and win titles.
Lewandowski I wanted a change of scenery. “I wanted to play in a league other than the Bundesliga, but the truth is that it was the most difficult decision in my life. I wanted to live somewhere else again and discover something new with my family. My daughter Clara is going to school next year and we had to make a decision. This decision It had to be new. If it wasn’t now, it wouldn’t be possible again. It’s a unique opportunity.”
Tense weeks in Munich
His Farewell Bayern It would have been different. “There was no time to say goodbye, everything had to happen quickly and spontaneously. I said to the group: guys, thank you very much for everything, we made history together, I will never forget it.
“The last few weeks have been difficult because it’s not easy to find the right words. I had a lot going on in my head and I tried to relax and enjoy the holidays with my family. “My age and my experience undoubtedly helped me,” he admitted.
He said goodbye to Bayern
‘Leva’ turns 34 on August 21 and understands he can be investigated. ”I feel very strong physically and mentally. Barcelona saw it that way. I don’t know what will happen next, but my life doesn’t have to end even in 2026. I want to play at the highest level for many more years.”
The memories you left behind Bayern Munich. “I had eight wonderful years, so I hope we can forget what happened in the last few weeks, the club and I. The most important thing is what we achieved together.
On his departure from the German champion. Both parties (Bayern and him) did unnecessary things. But ultimately they may need to happen for change to be possible. I think both sides are satisfied now. Bayern get a lot of money and I’m allowed to go to Barcelona. It’s a long and hard road, but I think eventually everyone will be able to see each other in the eye.”