Mathys Tel shares thoughts on first months as a Bayern player

Mathys Tel shares thoughts on first months as a Bayern player

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

17-year-old Mathys Tel is pleased with what he has accomplished at Bayern so far.

Last summer, Bayern Munich put €20 million on the table to sign 17-year-old forward Mathys Tel from Rennes.
Having scored four goals in 12 games in Germany so far, the youngster has discussed his first months as a Bayern player.

“I really can’t complain. I’m happy with my playing time so far. I’m here primarily to learn and to grow,” Tel told Sport1 (via iMiaSanMia).

“I definitely still have a lot to learn, but in these weeks I’ve made tremendous progress in the technical and tactical areas – and became more mature. When you train with such top-class players every day, you develop much faster. I can only benefit from all these big names.

“The mentality here is fantastic. When working with my team-mates, you don’t get the feeling that the club has been German champions every year for the past ten years because the team is still hungry. That’s very impressive, no one is slacking off at any second.”

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