Lewandowski presented in front of 60,000 fans

Huge reception for Lewandowski at Camp Nou




The Polish world footballer Robert Lewandowski was officially introduced to his new employer FC Barcelona on Friday.

The striker already makes an impressive first impression on Blaugrana fans by greeting in Catalan. “Bon dia a tothom” (Hello everyone), he greeted almost 60,000 fans at Camp Nou in Barcelona in the heat.

“It wasn’t easy, but now I’m here,” the 33-year-old ex-Bayern star continued in English, concluding with “I’m very proud to be a Barça player now. Muchas gracias.”

In the blue and red jersey of the Catalans with the new shirt number 9, the Pole happily kicked a round with little boys and girls while the fans chanted “Lewandowski, Lewandowski”. Club boss Joan Laporta shouted: “Long live Barça! Welcome Lewandowski!”

The Catalans have high hopes for the goalscorer after exactly a year ago Lionel Messi left the club after 21 years and joined Paris Saint-Germain.

Lewandowski was released by FC Bayern Munich in mid-July after weeks of back and forth. Barcelona paid 45 million euros for the Polish international, whose contract in Munich had one year left.

The VIDEO of Lewa’s performance in front of Barca fans:



Source: Laola1

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