Lewandowski had a medical in the Bavarian capital on Saturday before signing for the record German title-holders, whom he will join on a free transfer when his current contract with Dortmund expires at the end of June.
Rummenigge: 'One of the world's best'
“We are very happy that this transfer has gone through,” commented Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. “Robert Lewandowski is one of the world’s top strikers. He will not only strengthen our squad, but his arrival will also give the entire club a boost. We’re delighted that both parties have agreed to a five-year contract until 2019.”
Poland's 2011 and 2012 Footballer of the Year has found the net 65 times in 115 Bundesliga appearances and set up a further 26 goals since joining Dortmund from KKS Lech Poznan in 2010. Lewandowski, who is also the top flight's current joint-top scorer on 11 goals, follows the same route as Mario Götze, who swapped Black and Yellow for Red last summer.
No wonder Bayern were so keen to secure Lewandowski's services - check out how the Poland frontman has fared so far in the current campaign courtesy of the official Bundesliga YouTube channel: