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However, TV presenter and model Vanessa Huppenkothen was far from pleased with the deal to take the prolific Poland international to Catalonia.
The ESPN presenter is of the belief that Lewandowski showed ingratitude to the Bavarian club in how he orchestrated his move away from Germany.
Sharing her unhappiness in a series of tweets, Huppenkothen tweeted out to her 2.3 million followers:
“Bayern gave everything for him… sometimes we are very ungrateful.”
“Nobody is essential! NOBODY, if you want to go, go!”
Huppenkothen’s father once played professionally in Germany and is no doubt the origin of her passion for the game.
She has worked as a sports journalist since 2008 and is considered one of the most trusted voices in the medium.
While she might not be pleased with the Polish goal machine’s exit from the German game, there is very little for Bayern to complain about.
Lewandowski signed on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund eight years ago and has left for a fee of about £42 million after winning every trophy available since his arrival.
While Lewandowski’s exit is a big loss, the Bavarians remain in a strong position with a host of magnificent options at their disposal.
Bayern will hope they can win an unprecedented 11th straight Bundesliga crown without the Polish striker. Huppenkothen will have to make do with seeing the star in Barcelona colors next season.