Former Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski made his Barcelona debut in the 1-0 win against arch-rivals Real Madrid in a pre-season match in Las Vegas. The 33-year-old striker confidently claimed that this season will be better for the La Liga giants than the last.
The Poland international, who is set to feature for Barcelona in an upcoming friendly against Juventus on July 27, lauded the Blaugrana’s quality and hoped to win many titles with the club this season.
Lewandowski said: “If you are playing for Barcelona, you are thinking always to win the titles. We are talking now about the Champions League and we didn’t start this season (yet). But, step by step, I think with our potential, with our quality that we have now in the team- you see that we are looking forward for the whole season to be on the top and to play (for) all the titles.”
“In the end, what exactly (happens) we have to wait. But for sure this season is going to be much better than last season because we know we have to push even harder than before,” he added.
Lewandowski joined Barca on a 50 million euros deal until 2027 from Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich as the striker wanted to pursue a different kind of challenge by playing in another league.