Schweinsteiger eager to start MLS career

Schweinsteiger eager to start MLS career

"I need more training sessions to have the right rhythm, where I want to see myself, but my head is more than 100 per cent and I feel quite comfortable".

United confirmed his exit had been finalised via statement on the club's official website, manutd.com, which said: "Bastian Schweinsteiger has completed his move from Manchester United to Chicago Fire".

However, at an introductory press conference, the German World Cup victor was asked a rather odd question and one which will reinforce the often unfair view that the United States is still yet to get fully up to speed with the world of "soccer".

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Chicago Fire fans chanted Schweinsteiger's name as the World Cup Winner signed autographs and posed for pictures. "I hope we get results soon because I don't like to lose".

Despite his difficulties at the club, Schweinsteiger remained a hugely popular figure at United among the players and fans.

"But I don't want to stay I'm the Fire's key player, I just want to play my part as much as I can - Chicago has very good baseball, ice hockey and American football teams - and hopefully soon soccer. Bastian can be the MLS icon in the future". "Even if it is against the best team in the world, anything is possible".

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Asked about Mourinho's decision to bring him back into consideration for the first team, Schweinsteiger told the New York Times: "The manager came to speak to me".

"Also they had an away match, so I couldn't really tell them because I didn't want the focus on me, but on the team. I had a great time there, I enjoyed it there".

Chicago coach Veljko Paunovic was coy about whether Schweinsteiger would play this weekend.

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