German Mario Gotze expressed his happiness at moving to Eindhoven, the Netherlands, stressing that he enjoys taking up the new challenge away from the great media hype.
Götze told SPORT BILD magazine today, Wednesday, that he was “happy with that, to be honest, because it feels like I am at the start of my professional career. Of course there is a lot of focus on PSV in the Netherlands, but things seem more comfortable to me. Than in the past. “
The spotlight has been on the 28-year-old Gotze – who played the starring role in crowning the German national team with the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil – since his brilliance as a young player with Borussia Dortmund.
Gotze scored the winning goal for the German national team against his Argentine counterpart in the 2014 World Cup Final; But he did not continue to shine at the same level during his time with Bayern Munich, and also after his return to Borussia Dortmund, who did not renew his contract last summer.
He then moved to PSV Eindhoven, saying, “I really like the new atmosphere, the new competitors, and the new challenges.”
Goetze said that after winning the German League and the German Cup with Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, he is still looking forward to achieving glory at the level of international club competition.
“I have not won an international title in club competition yet, and I would definitely like to achieve that … Now we in Eindhoven are competing in the European League, and the Champions League competition is a bigger challenge … and it continues to tempt me,” he added.