Lewandowski sends a message to Barcelona fans; watches 6-0 Inter win
Former Bundesliga tormentor-in-chief Robert Lewandowski has officially become an FC Barcelona player and watched his new team put on a show against Inter.
Lewandowski is the latest arrival three days after Barcelona reached an agreement with German champions, Bayern Munich.
Both clubs agreed on a €50 million deal that has seen the 33-year-old put pen to paper on a four-year contract that will see him stay at Camp Nou until the summer of 2026.
Following the official announcement and unveiling, the Polish international sent a message to his newest fans in Barcelona, with an interesting question at the end.
“Hi Culers, I am very excited to wear this [Barcelona] jersey,” Lewandowski said. “I hope it’s looking good?” he added.
Lewandowski watches Barca thrash Inter, could make debut vs Real Madrid
Meanwhile, Lewandowski was part of the Barcelona squad which arrived in the United States of America to step up their preparations for the 2022/2023 season.
He was spotted with his new teammates as they stepped out of the team bus ahead of their first pre-season game against Inter Miami.
However, he was not included in the matchday but watched his new club put on a show in the six-goal thriller.
A rampant Barcelona defeated their host Inter 6-0 with all the goals coming from six different players.
Barcelona is in Las Vegas on Thursday to take on rivals, Real Madrid, when Lewandowski could make his debut.