ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI took a commercial flight home after his summer holiday in Spain with wife Anna which included dinner with Barcelona boss Xavi.
The Bayern Munich ace, 33, appeared to turn down the chance to fly back to Germany on a private jet despite his reported £369k-a-week wages.
Anna, 33, posted a picture to her Instagram story of herself waiting in line to board a commercial plane alongside fellow holiday-makers.
She also uploaded a snap of her and hubby Lewandowski sitting in a regular departure lounge waiting for their flight back to Munich from Majorca.
Unlike Cristiano Ronaldo, who regularly jets away on his £20million private jet, the couple decided to fly commercially.
Lewandoswki and Anna have been holidaying in Majorca, although the striker reportedly spent some time in nearby Ibiza where had dinner with Barcelona gaffer Xavi.
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Pictures uploaded to Twitter seem to show both Lewandowski and Xavi arriving at the same restaurant on the Spanish island.
The superstar forward is holding out for a dream move to Barcelona after telling Bayern Munich he wants to leave.
And after Barca announced they had sold £178m worth of TV rights to raise transfer funds, the striker will be hoping they send him a private jet if a move does go through.
After some time away from their kids the couple could not wait to get home to their children – regardless of how they travelled.
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Lewandowski and Anna have been married since 2013 and have two daughters together – Klara, 5 and Laura, 2.
Anna wrote on social media: "Four great days with friends, but we miss our kids, so it's time to go back home."
But after holidaying in Spain over the summer Lewandowski is hoping it's not long until he's back on Spanish soil.
Bayern though are claimed to be holding out for £52m to part ways with their talisman.
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