”I’m here to help Barça get back to the top and win titles”
Robert Lewandowski is already in Miami. Barcelona’s new signing greeted his new teammates one by one and made his first statements to the club’s official media. The Polish star made it clear that he arrives at the azulgrana team to win titles.
It’s already in Miami. Robert Lewandowski arrived in American soil to join his new teammates from Barcelona and the pre-season Azulgrana, in which several friendlies are scheduled against Inter Miami, Real Madrid , Juventus and the New York Red Bulls.
The Azulgrana star signing greeted all his companions, with whom he will remain in the United States until July 31, the day on which the Spanish expedition will return home.
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— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona_es) July 18, 2022
And upon his arrival in Miami, the new Barça star made a statement to the club’s official media: “I’m finally here. I’m very happy to be at Barça. The last few days were long, but in the end, the agreement made become a reality”.
“I’m ready to take on this new challenge in my career. I’m a guy who likes to win games and titles. I hope the season starts and ends well in this regard. I’ve always wanted to play for a big club in LaLiga and this is a great opportunity.” for me. It’s also a challenge for my private life,” added the 33-year-old Polish striker.
Furthermore, Lewandowski explained that Xavi’s presence on the bench was an added bonus to his decision to sign for Barcelona: “It was easy to make the decision. I want to play and win titles and I know that with Xavi it will be possible. lead Barça. He was an incredible player and now he is a great coach. He has a great future and I want to be part of it”.
“I’m here to help the club get back on top and win as many titles as possible. I’m a football player who always wants to win. We have great players with a lot of quality in the squad. I’m excited about what we can achieve together,” he said. Lewandowski.
The words of Robert Lewandowski: pic.twitter.com/nx2UCULhiQ
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) July 18, 2022