Leroy Healthy starts a ‘difficult’ first year at Bayern Munich, but focuses on Germany’s bid for the euro
Leroy Sane admits he suffered a ‘difficult’ first season at Bayern Munich following a £ 38m move from Manchester City … but insists he is focused on making up for his difficult year through the European Championship with Germany to win.
- Leroy Healthy has had a mixed first season with the German giants Bayern Munich
- The 25-year-old won the Bundesliga, but scored only six goals in 32 league games
- Sane’s focus is now on Germany’s bid for the European Championship title
- The winger admits it would be a dream to win the title at Wembley on July 11
Leroy Healthy admits that he has endured a ‘difficult’ first season at Bayern Munich, but is focused on his dream of winning the European Championship with Germany this summer.
The 25-year-old winger moved from Manchester City to Bayern last summer for an initial £ 38 million and while he has played most of Germany’s giant leagues this season, he has only scored six goals.
It is Sane’s lowest number of goals in a season in which he is fit and available since the 2016-17 season, but the winger believes a serious knee injury sustained the year before moving to Bayern continues to affect him this season. has had.
Leroy Sane has admitted that he has had a ‘difficult’ first season at Bayern Munich this season
The 25-year-old has scored six goals despite playing 32 Bundesliga games for Bayern this season
Sane told me Purpose and SPOX: ‘I know that I have not played an excellent season. It was generally a bit more difficult for me due to the corona fracture and my knee injury.
‘It was important for me to get my rhythm back, to be fit, and I succeeded. Now I concentrate fully on the European Championship. ‘
Sane’s attention now turns to the international competition, as he wants to win the European championships with Germany this summer.
The Bayern man was named to Joachim Low’s 26-man team for the summer tournament – the last the German boss will choose before stepping down as head coach after the campaign.
Sane now focuses on representing Germany at this summer’s European championships
The winger believes there is pressure to win a first European championship title in a quarter of a century, but admits it would be a dream to take home the trophy at Wembley on July 11.
Sane added: “It is a very big dream to win this title. We have to do our best, and we prepare well.
“There is a certain amount of pressure, but we are all looking forward to this challenge.”
Sane also admitted that he is disappointed that the former Manchester City side were not crowned Champions League winners after losing the club’s European showpiece to Chelsea on Saturday.
This summer’s tournament is the last of Joachim Low (right) as manager of Germany
Kai Havertz’s goal in the first half has given Thomas Tuchel’s side victory over Pep Guardiola’s men, but Sane believes City will be able to set up a successful Champions League campaign in the future.
He claimed: ‘I felt sorry for the guys, the club and the fans. I wish they would win this title.
‘Unfortunately it didn’t work out, but I know they will continue to be hungry and give everything to ever win this trophy. I only wish them the best! ‘