Robert Lewandowski has started this week by returning to Germany to bid farewell to Bayern Munich, meeting various club employees to thank them for their support during his eight years in Bavaria.
The Polish striker didn't leave on the very best of terms, having pushed for a transfer to Barcelona even though he had one more year left on his Bayern Munich contract, but there are no hard feelings.
"I was sad and difficult," he told Sky Sports during his visit to Munich.
"I will always be grateful for what I won and experienced here.
"I have thanked everyone for what they did for me and given them gifts. It was emotional and difficult.
"The last few weeks were difficult for everyone, but I will never forget what I had here and I thank the fans for their support.
"Now I can leave with a clear conscience."
Fans chant 'Hala Madrid' at Lewandowski
During his visit, there was a curious moment as some fans chanted "Hala Madid" at Lewandowski's car, joking about how he has now signed for Barcelona.
He has moved to the Camp Nou for an initial fee of 45m euros, plus some add-ons.
اخلاء مسئولية! : هذا المحتوى لم يتم انشائة او استضافته بواسطة موقع اخبار الكورة و اي مسؤلية قانونية تقع على عاتق الموقع مصدر الخبر : marca  , يتم جمع الاخبار عن طريق خدمة ال RSS المتاحة مجانا للجمهور من المصدر : marca  مع الحفظ على حقوق الملكية الخاصة بمصدر الخبر.