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I don’t have any problem with tackles or duels, but I react when I notice that someone is only trying to kick me out of the game. But I never have the intention to hurt anyone. Everything is forgotten again a minute later.
In my long career I have experienced a lot, but never changed.
You know when you play in Leverkusen it is always a difficult game.
I want to give something new to this club, I want to bring Fiorentina into the top three of the table.
It is no secret that Louis van Gaal and I did not get along. But for me personally, the matter is closed and forgotten.
For me, you have to prove yourself over 10, 12 or 15 years if you want to be among the best. Do that and then I will congratulate you.
It’s important for me that I’m able to walk around the city without being bothered all the time.
At Bayern, I have rediscovered the pleasure of playing. Here, my body is completely free.
Football is my life, I love it.
I won everything I could win with Bayern and individually.
For me, Munich is more than just a second home. I can imagine staying forever.
Serie A is a great tournament with many excellent players.
Guardiola knows that the little details that can make us better. He analyses the game instantly – that’s his biggest strength, his best characteristic.
I am emotional, but that’s not a negative.
I’ve just got better as a player thanks to Pep.
I can be used in various positions.
I’m very strong mentally. I have a lot of character. I never give in; I always have the drive to keep going and to work hard to achieve my goals.
You know that I played football because of the fun and to enjoy it.
I feel very comfortable in Munich and my family is doing well.
Bayern and I are like a married couple.
There is Messi, and then the rest.
I feel rejected in France. And do you know why I signed for Bayern when I could have gone anywhere? Because they made me feel wanted.
When you’ve been Bayern for so long and it’s your second home, moving away from here is not easy.
I have a really good relationship with Bayern. I might become a coach after retirement, but with the youth teams.
I really like the mentality of the people in Munich.
I am well aware of it myself that I have to be careful. But I want to make it clear that I am not a dirty player.
I am very happy in Munich and my family is totally settled – and now I have a son who is a genuine Bavarian.
Maybe I’ll quit after my time at Bayern; maybe I will play somewhere else for one more year.
The people who know me know: I am a good guy with a big heart.
I listen to my emotions. That’s why I react once I get provoked sometimes.
I deserved to win the Ballon d’Or.
I’ll always have a winning mentality in me, and I want to transmit that. I equally feel what the players are feeling and I know them as men.
If you play well, then you make yourself a great name and the money comes on its own. You earn money for what you did.
I always play with character.
No one’s saying anything against healthy, fair hardness. That’s a part of football. But referees must look more closely and make sure limits are not exceeded.
You have to be mentally strong to withstand the ridicule of other children and the stares of adults.
I sometimes lose my calm for a moment, but only when I notice that an opponent is deliberately trying to injure me.
The whole treble year under Jupp Heynckes was incredible.
In 2008 or 2009, every big club wanted me: Juventus, Inter, Milan, Barca, Real, Chelsea, Manchester.
He does great things on the pitch but the coach Van Gaal was a bad man.
I just want to play for a competitive team that will offer me the best possible opportunity to win titles.
I hope to continue playing until the age of 40, just like Francesco Totti.
I am almost German now.
I am very motivated, I always want to play.
Obviously, there are many clubs that make me dream, like Real Madrid or Barcelona.
I am simply happy in Munich.
I appreciate every guy, whether he is a footballer or a cook.
I love playing for France and I feel pride every time I am called up for the team.
I’m not afraid of anything.
I think everyone knows I’m better on the left side.
I can imagine staying in Munich after the end of my career. I have bought a very nice house, I feel good here and I like the mentality.
We are Bayern. We have the highest standards, and always want to win everything, so the Champions League is a very big target.
I’ll never cheat.
My 100th goal is good for me personally but above all, the team is very important.
I could play for another club in Europe but my heart is beating too much for Bayern. But I could imagine going to the U.S., Qatar or Dubai for a new experience.