Robert Lewandowski says goodbye to Bayern Munich and poses with the TWENTY-FOUR trophies he won with German giants

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ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI has said goodbye to Bayern Munich posing with the TWENTY-FOUR trophies he won at the club.

The Polish striker is now a Barcelona player having made a £42.5million switch to the Catalan giants.

Robert Lewandowski's post was captioned "together we created history".

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Robert Lewandowski’s post was captioned “together we created history”.
Robert Lewandowski has a £426million release clause at Barcelona

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Robert Lewandowski has a £426million release clause at BarcelonaCredit: Getty

Lewandowski was back in Munich this morning to say goodbye to the club.

He posted a photo on his Instagram page of himself alongside the major titles he had won.

During his eight seasons at Bayern he won eight league titles, three DFP Pokal trophies, five DFL-Supercups, one Champions League, one Super Cup and one Club World Cup.

On an individual level he won the league’s player of the year twice, top scorer six times, Europe’s Golden Shoe twice and he was named Ballon d’Or Striker of the Year in 2021.

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Overall Lewandowski scored an incredible 344 goals in 375 matches at the Bavarian side.

The 33-year-old forced a move to Barcelona and despite his successes at the Bundesliga champions he is now very unpopular.

On his way out he was heckled by Bayern fans who shouted “Hala Madrid” at him, the chant sung by fans of Barca’s rivals Real Madrid.

He also made headlines recently blasting his former club for lying about his transfer.

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Lewandowski made claims of “bulls**t” and said there was “a lot of politics” involved in the club trying to explain to fans why he wanted to leave.

There was speculation of a fall-out with teammates as he “hardly spoke” to them after declaring he wanted out.

However his official goodbye was more amicable thanking Bayern and hugging manager Julian Nagelsmann.

He described his time at Bayern saying: “These eight years were special and you don’t forget that. I had a great time in Munich.”

Since arriving at Barca, Lewandowski has already taken the No.9 shirt from Memphis Depay but has reportedly taken a pay cut to seal the switch.

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