Lewandowski takes a bath of masses in the Camp Nou

Joan Laporta and Robert Lewandowski, during the presentation of the Pole.


The Polish striker was presented with the '9' on his back before 45,000 spectators

Robert Lewandowski already knows the Camp Nou as a Barcelona footballer. The Polish striker, who already came out with the number '9' on his back, was presented this Friday at the Barça fiefdom in front of 45,000 fans who gathered to meet the new star of the project led by Xavi Hernández. The ex of the Bayern of Munich took a bath of masses and was happy and ambitious in the face of a season that next week will already have the starting gun. "I hope we can win many titles," he assured.

Very hot heat. That is the first thing that Lewandowski experienced as soon as he set foot on the pitch at the Camp Nou in his first experience as a Barça player. The almost 45,000 fans who gathered and the high midday temperatures in Barcelona set the scene for a crack-scented presentation from the greats. It was a special day for 'Lewy' and it was also for Joan Laporta, who knows that he has hit the table and that he is a player who arrives to make a difference. «Visca Barça, welcome Lewandowski. Thanks for the great effort you've made to come and thanks to the fans for being here. I see you and I feel why it is more than a club. This operation has come out because he was a player who wanted to play for Barça », assured the maximum president of the culé.

Joan Laporta's smile was only comparable to that of Lewandowski, who took Johan Cruyff's 'Come out and enjoy' literally, which he wears on a doormat before stepping onto the Camp Nou pitch. The Pole was happy and did not stop greeting the two upper rings of the Barça Coliseum where the fans gathered. "Good morning to Tom. Estic molt content to be in Barcelona », he hastened to say in Catalan before assuring that « it is incredible to see so many fans ».

They were the first words of a player aware of the effort it has cost Barcelona and the player himself to join their paths. Bayern did not want to let their star out and the culé economic situation did not facilitate the operation. For this reason, the new Barça number '9' wanted to thank Joan Laporta for his commitment throughout the operation. «It has cost but in the end I am here, my happiness is very great and I am sure that I will score many goals in this stadium that will be magical. We will win many titles and I hope for your support », he stated.

From there the mass bath was already total. Lewandowski posed before the media and received a ball with which he definitively encouraged the Camp Nou. The Pole did not hold back any tricks and with the stands standing up he took a lap of honor on a pitch on which he hopes to be decisive and which already looks pristine just two days after receiving Pumas on the occasion of the Joan Gamper.

On Sunday, another party

The brief act was just one point and followed by the great presentation that Barcelona has prepared for this Sunday at the Joan Gamper Trophy. "I make a call to come to the game, it will be a historic presentation act," said Joan Laporta, while Lewandowski took note and also quoted the culé fans. “I am sure that in the last game before the start of the season they will come to cheer us on, it is very important”, concluded the Polish striker.

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