Since the announcement of his change to BVB, Niklas Slee has retained with public statements. After the game against Bayer Leverkusen, the Bayern defender broke his silence and thanked the Munich fans.
“It’s not easy for me,” said Sule following the 1: 1 draw against the Werkself at Sport1. After his interim leadership he had counted with whistles. But the reactions of the fans did not reflect this. Rather, the Munich audience applauded the 26-year-old and celebrated him with speech.
For his still-employer, he feels “nothing but gratitude. I did not want to take a restlessness by somehow exterior,” Süle said later in the SKY -interview. “I gave everything in the five years, got everything and thankful how people deal here with my decision.” Until the last day in the FCB dress he will “give everything and hopefully get two titles.”
SCHULE did not want to talk about his new club. “The day will come to which I’ll say more. How you look hopefully, I’ll give everything here week after week.”
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The German national player will change to Dortmund for BVB for the coming game time. Immediately before the Leverkusen game, Bayern-Boss Oliver Kahn had praised the professional attitude of Süles. “We did not have an offer, he did not accept this offer and now he just changes the club. But it speaks for his absolute professionalism that he poses everything here again, so that we can achieve our goals,” Kahn said.