Robert Lewandowski completed his final Bayern Munich training session on Saturday morning. The 33-year-old was then seen hugging his Bayern teammates goodbye.
“These eight years were special,” Lewandowski told Sky Germany. “You don’t forget that. I had a great time in Munich. I’m going to fly soon but after the training camp, I will be back to say goodbye properly.
When asked why he turned up to train, Lewandowski added: “I said goodbye to the guys on the pitch today. I wanted to keep fit and train with the boys. I will come back and say goodbye to all employees properly.”
Bayern Munich and Barcelona reached a total agreement for the transfer of Lewandowski on Friday night. The Bundesliga side will receive a reported €50m included bonuses for the Polish forward.
Lewandowski joined on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, scoring 344 goals across 375 games in all competitions, assisting a further 72.