Bastian Schweinsteiger has just told that he doesn’t regret moving from Bayern Munich to Manchester United in 2015 at all.
In March, the player signed for Chicago Fire after two underwhelming football seasons at Old Trafford.
After a £6.8 million shift from Bayern Munich, 2015, Bastian’s first campaign in England was impacted by injury.
Ahead of his second, Bastian was frozen out by Louis van Gaal’s substitution, Jose Mourinho.
The player aged 32 had to force his way back into the first-team, generating four appearances this season, to say nothing of scoring in the 4-0 victory versus Wigan in the FA Cup before breaking up with Old Trafford in favor of a move to America.
However, notwithstanding his issues in Manchester, Bastian told that he would make the move once again.
He told journalists that he always had the goal to win the Champions League with Bayern Munich. Therefore, he always stayed there, avoiding moving abroad.