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Bayern Munich Fans Chant 'Hala Madrid' At Robert Lewandowski

Ryan Sidle

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Bayern Munich Fans Chant 'Hala Madrid' At Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski returned to Bayern Munich on Tuesday and the new Barcelona forward was met with chants of 'Hala Madrid' from annoyed Bayern fans, as you can see in the video below.


Earlier this summer, Lewandowski was at the heart of an extended transfer saga between Barca and Bayern, although it pales in comparison to the Frenkie de Jong one.

The striker eventually secured his £40.5 million dream move to the Nou Camp, as Xavi considers to somehow strengthen his team despite the club also being in a previously dire financial situation.

Before making his move, the Polish striker did actually return to pre season training with the Bundesliga champions, though he didn't exactly want to be there.

So when he did get to go to Spain it seems he was in a bit too much of a rush, meaning he had to return to Munich on Tuesday and head back to his former club.

The 33-year-old was spotted leaving the training ground, having picked up his belongings and said some final goodbyes, with fans surrounding his car as he departed.

A few of the supporters could be heard shouting 'Hala Madrid,' in support of European champions Real, who will of course now be Lewandowski's biggest rivals, although the striker just waved and stuck his thumb up, clearly unfazed by it.

Clearly Lewandowski wasn't too fazed by it all. Image: Kerry Hau
Clearly Lewandowski wasn't too fazed by it all. Image: Kerry Hau

Lewandowski said earlier this year that his time at the club was 'over,' despite having a year left on his contract at the Allianz Arena.

It was reported that a falling out with manager Julian Nagelsmann was behind his decision to leave the club who have won the German title 10 years-in-a-row.

He was of course a key member of the Borussia Dortmund team who were the last side to win the Bundesliga before Bayern's current run, in 2011/12.

The forward moved to Bayern in 2014 and went on to score 344 times in 375 games, in all competitions, winning the league eight times and winning the Champions League.

Lewandowski lifts his final league trophy at Bayern. Image: Alamy
Lewandowski lifts his final league trophy at Bayern. Image: Alamy

As well as Lewandowski, Barca have signed Raphinha, Jules Kounde, Franck Kessie and Andreas Christensen this summer, and are still being linked with Bernardo Silva.

Their spending came under criticism from Gary Neville, with club president Joan Laporta hitting back at the former Manchester United defender.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Alamy

Topics: Barcelona, La Liga, Transfers, Bayern Munich, Bundesliga, Real Madrid, Germany, Spain

Ryan Sidle
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