“I’m in good shape, no question, and
I’ve always said that I can help any team when I’m healthy and in rhythm over a longer period of time. But saying this is ‘the best Reus ever’ is a little over the top for me. That would also mean that it won’t get any better, but it’s still getting better.” - Marco Reus says there is more room for him to improve and is enjoying his role as an attacking midfielder.
“They’re always open to just seeing your ability and, hopefully, if you’re good enough then you get your chance. That’s what the Bundesliga is all about. They believe in you, they trust you and, even if you’re so young, they wouldn’t get you out here if they didn’t really believe in your ability.” - Jadon Sancho endorses the Bundesliga as the place to go for young footballers.
“He’s 33 years old, a senior. He would’ve cost us €100m, so it’s a deal we’d never have done. If he was 24 then it would’ve been one we completed with our eyes closed.” - Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness claims his club would never spend that kind of money on a ‘senior’ like Cristiano Ronaldo. This is the second time Bayern have publicly criticized Juventus for the Ronaldo signing.
“I’d like to stay because I feel the love of the fans. That’s true here in Munich, and actually the entire Bayern family.” - James Rodriguez reiterates his commitment to Bayern Munich despite claims he’s had a falling out with coach Kovac and would like to leave.