Bayern Munich manager, Julian Nagelsmann, has taken a swipe at Barcelona after they confirmed a deal for Robert Lewandowski.

The 33-year-old has finally completed a move from Bayern to the Spanish giants.

Lewandowski’s move to Barca had looked uncertain for weeks, with the Catalans believed to be in debt of up to £1billion.

Nagelsmann has now questioned how the LaLiga club were still able to dip into the market owing to their present financial plight.

He said: “It is the only club in the world that has no money, but then they buy all the players they want.

“I don’t know how they do it. It’s a bit strange, a bit crazy.”

Barcelona’s financial troubles were so bad earlier this summer that they were unable to register Franck Kessie and Andreas Christensen, two players brought in on free transfers from AC Milan and Chelsea, respectively.

Transfer: Barcelona don’t have money, but buy all players they want – Nagelsmann