Thomas Muller is anticipating confronting previous colleague Robert Lewandowski in the gathering phase of this season's Champions League.
Bayern Munich and Barcelona have been drawn together for the subsequent season running, with Lewandowski set to get back to the Allianz Arena not long in the wake of leaving Die Roten.
The Polish striker made his expectations of leaving Bayern for Barça extremely clear recently, in the long run fixing a €50m move to Camp Nou that paralyzed bosses in Bavaria because of the Catalans' monetary hardships.
Taking to online entertainment, Muller cleaned off his old 'Lewan-objective ski' joke and shared his fervor at such a get-together.
"What a decent draw for all football fans!" Muller started with a smile. "Mr Lewandowski, see you soon in Munich...let's go, we should shake the Champions League season.
Bayern and Barcelona will be participated in Group C by Inter and Viktoria Plzen.
Bayern have made a quick beginning to the new season without even a trace of Lewandowski, with Sadio Mane driving the line in four noteworthy successes over the most recent couple of weeks.
Barcelona opened their new mission with a horrendous 0-0 attract at home to Rayo Vallecano, however indented their most memorable win with a 4-1 pounding of Real Sociedad last week, with Lewandowski snatching a support for the Blaugrana - his most memorable authority objectives since taking the action to La Liga.
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