MLS move invigorates Schweinsteiger: I have a lot more to give

Tabitha Dunn
March 30, 2017

Considering no MLS side has ever won the Club World Cup, or even qualified for it since the year 2000, it was a ridiculous question anyway.

"I am 32 years old".

"We have not only a world-class player, but a world-class man".

"I am a football player, " he said.

Despite featuring sparingly this season at Old Trafford, Schweinsteiger is confident he can make an impact in the United States, where he is determined to turn the Fire's fortunes around.

He said: "I had a lot of pressure in my career, when you play at World Cup or Champions League final there is pressure on your shoulders".

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"My head is more than 100 per cent". I feel quite comfortable.

"I can feel there is something going on and I want to help this club". The session was pretty intense today [Wednesday] and I could do it, so that was good. But when he inquired again, more clearly, it became clear that he was indeed referring the Chicago Fire's prospects of winning the World Cup, which of course is impossible for a club team.

Paunovic revealed he met Schweinsteiger in Manchester previous year, where they spoke about football in America - but the player himself said he did not have time to say bye to his United friends.

Asked about Mourinho's decision to bring him back into consideration for the first team, Schweinsteiger told the New York Times: "The manager came to speak to me".

"Also they had a match away against - I can't remember - but they had a match on Sunday so I couldn't really tell them because I didn't want the focus on me, I wanted to have the focus on the team and the game. I had a great time there, especially with the teammates and the staff".

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