Leroy Sane Quotes.
If I play bad, then it’s not like I don’t care.
It would be a dream to play in the World Cup.
I only focus on myself. I want to improve myself.
Man City is one of the best clubs in the world. I knew that something big was happening here. I wanted to be a part of it.
There is definitely a big difference from the Bundesliga to the Premier League: it is completely different, and that is why I think we need a bit of time in the beginning to get used to the league.
The World Cup has special games, and losing them hurts more than the other ones.
Jogi Low and Pep Guardiola both know exactly how to deal with me. To receive criticism from big coaches even delights me a bit.
Criticism is normal in football.
It is obviously difficult in Manchester living in a hotel.
Everybody knows anything can happen in the Premier League: every team can beat every team.
It’s good to have some older friends: they have a lot more experience than us young ones.
I have inherited pace from my dad, and in terms of the physical side with the balance, I have inherited that from my mum.
The first time I was called up for Germany, it was Mesut who decided to look after me. He told me if I ever had any kind of problem, he would try to help me out, and that is exactly what he did. For sure, he helped me a lot.
Britons are very respectful – if they want to take a photo, they ask politely.
I stand out a little bit with my hair, so I make sure I wear a hood!
Against West Brom, you are up against very tall defenders, who are very strong, and you have to be strong, too, to keep the ball.
I had to go step by step to get used to the training and to the system of Pep Guardiola.
I appreciate that Bayern always wants to have the best German talents.
When I was young, I always wanted to play in the Champions League.
I love challenges, especially with Pep Guardiola.
For me, it is important to get away from football, to calm down, relax, and have fun with family and friends.
It’s important on the pitch to have fun, to enjoy the game, because it generates a good feeling around the club.
I am happy to have made the move to Manchester City.
I am not someone who watches every game from the Bundesliga, the Spanish League, or even the Premier League. Of course, if there is a good game, like in the Champions League, I will watch it.
My favourite meal is penne carbonara – that’s good for an athlete, right?
I don’t have any problem with criticism. It’s an incentive to refine myself.
No player at the beginning of his career knows how good he can be.
I was born in Germany, grew up in Germany, and when I was becoming a professional footballer, I felt like a German.
Messi and Ronaldinho were the two players who were my idols when I was young.
To relax in the Premier League is not good.
I needed a little time to settle, to know the Premier League, the people here, how they are, and to know the players. I had to find my confidence.
There’s no pressure on me, really. I just want to play football.
For sure, my parents knew what I had to eat and how to prepare for training sessions and what behaviour was needed in order to be serious about my football. But they weren’t pushy, like you had to be a certain way.
In Germany, my focus was mainly on dribbling.
I always enjoy myself.
You shouldn’t drink two litres of Coca Cola every day.
I want to improve more, and maybe when I am older, I can do more endorsements.
The Champions League is a really tough tournament, and every single game is really special and difficult.
If you don’t get challenged, then you can’t find out how good you are.
The other players are all normal human beings, so just play your best and play free.
Kyle Walker thinks he’s quicker than me. In games, it’s different: you run different distances, players are in different positions, so I don’t know. But one day, we will see!
I was young and playing against big players and big clubs. In the beginning, I was thinking they were better than me, and maybe I was a bit scared, also.
I try all the time to improve in the game, training all the time, and to help my team with assists or goals.
I like to play wide, but as a youth, I played more in the middle as a 10.
When I watched the World Cup, I had the feeling that I wanted to be there.