"My age doesn't matter. It's just a number", says Lewandowski in his presentation at Barça |  Video

Robert Lewandowskinew striker Barcelonasaid he feels fitter now, at 33, than he did five years ago, and hopes to help his team with his technical ability and experience.

The Polish attacker, who scored 344 with the Bayern Munich in 375 games, he joined Barcelona in an operation of €45 million last month and was presented this Friday before thousands of fans at the stadium Camp Nou.

Lewandowski who will turn 34 this month, said age doesn’t matter when facing this new challenge.

My age doesn’t matter. It’s just a number. I don’t feel like I’m 34 […] Physically I feel very good and I’ve been at the highest level for many years, we don’t have to think about this.

On his arrival at Barcelonaone of the most popular teams in world soccer, added:

I do what I love to do and I still have the same feelings from the beginning, I still want to improve here at Barça and when I get up I feel hungry, intact, for improvement. It doesn’t hurt to go to train at the highest level. I like to work hard and have fun, my love for football is enormous and it will continue like this.

The Polish star arrived at the Blaugrana squad after a complicated transfer process from Bundesliga Bayern Munich during which both sides criticized each other.

The transfer has not been easy. I have spent eight years at Bayern. But for me and my family it was the perfect next step in my life and career. We have worked hard to make it happen, this has been the best solution and I am very proud.

with the Bavarians, Lewandoski won eight editions of the German League, three German Cups, the Champions League and the Club World Cupamong others.

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The second top scorer in the history of the Bundesliga assured that he will use his experience to guide the young Barça players.

This team has a lot of potential and everything is going well in training. We have to show from the beginning of the season that we are on the right track.

(With information from Reuters and Europe Press)


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