The saga surrounding the transfer of Robert Lewandowski entered the final act.
Lewandowski arrived in Munich on Monday night without his family, a clear sign that he will no longer be seen at Bayern.
German media reports that the great Pole arrived in the capital of Bavaria just to say goodbye to his former teammates and club management.
“I’m fine”, was the short answer to the question that Bild journalists put to Bayern’s top scorer for many years.
In the meantime, news arrived from Poland that Lewandowski’s transfer to Barcelona is a done deal.
The two sides finally came to an agreement. Bayern will receive 50 million euros, and Lewa will sign a three-year contract with the Catalans with an option to extend for another season.
As things stand at the Nou Camp, the top scorer will not be unveiled until Thursday at the latest until all the bureaucratic hurdles are cleared.
That means Xavi will get the player he has wanted for months. What is most important is that the Pole will be available during the American tour and will be able to play with the team.