Robert Lewandowski has not yet played an official match for Barcelona, and he is about to make his first record in the club.
Lewandowski moved from Bayern to Barcelona this summer for 50 million euros and certainly attracted a lot of attention from the world public, especially in Spain. The Pole is expected to be unveiled at Camp Nou on Friday, having previously played three pre-season games in the US.
In July 2003, 25,000 fans welcomed Ronaldinho to Camp Nou when the Brazilian had just signed. However, it is believed that on Friday at 11, when the presentation of Leva is planned, that record will be broken.
At least that’s what the Catalan “Sport” claims, where we read that the pace of buying tickets for his presentation is astounding. So much so that the club will have to open additional stands to accommodate all the fans.
Given the speed with which Barca fans are currently booking free tickets for Lewandowski’s presentation on Friday, there are many indications that the record involving Ronaldinho will be broken. Catalan “Sport” estimates that over 30,000 people will appear in the stands.