“I’m proud to be in Barcelona, ​​I hope to win titles”

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Robert Lewandowski pictured in Barcelona uniform (Reuters)

Barcelona’s most flashy acquisition in the transfer window, Robert Lewandowski, was presented today (Friday) at Camp Nou in front of 57,000 fans. The Polish striker who was purchased from Bayern Munich for close to 60 million euros in aggregate signed for three years in Catalonia and will wear the number 9, with which he is identified throughout his career, after Memphis Depay gave it up for him.

To the applause of the crowds that arrived, the striker went onto the field accompanied by President Juan Laporte. The latter began: “Robert, I want to thank you for your efforts to get to Barca, and to all the fans for coming here today. Barça is more than a club. I thank Lewandowski’s agent, Finny Zahavi, for his efforts, Matteo Allmann for his efforts and negotiations with Bayern, Jordi Cruyff and the Lewandowski family.”

“It wasn’t easy, but this transition was made possible thanks to the fact that Robert only wanted to play for Barca,” added Laporte. “I invite all the fans to the Gamper Cup game, to see Lewandowski in action there.”

Lewandowski and Laporte (Reuters)Lewandowski and Laporte (Reuters)

After that, he spoke Lewandowski himself and began in Catalan: “Hello Kolers, I am very happy and proud to be here in Barcelona. It’s amazing to see so many fans in the stadium, it’s a pleasure for me. I am ready for the season and I hope to win titles with the club. I am very happy, I hope to score many goals and I hope for the encouragement of the crowd in every game. I’m sure we’re going to give the fans a lot of titles and happiness.”

Robert Lewandowski (Reuters)Robert Lewandowski (Reuters)
Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)
Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)
Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)Robert Lewandowski is shown in Barcelona (Reuters)
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