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“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.

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