The German world cup winner Schweinsteiger joins Chicago Fire with a one year contract.
After an unsuccessful season with Manchester United, Bastian Schweinsteiger has now closed the door to them and joined the side of MLS Chicago Fire. He is aiming to make a positive impact. 2014 German who won FIFA world cup in 2014 will now move to the big soccer club with just one-year contract, The Chicago Tribune reported.
On an interview, the 32-year-old footballer said, “in my whole football career, I always look for various opportunities where I can make some positive results and to make something great. And my move to Chicago is no difference than that.”
The general manager of Fire, Nelson Rodriguez said, “we signed someone who has success record at every level; that includes the highest levels and he is consistent at that.”