Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has raised questions over Manchester United’s new recruit Bastian Schweinsteiger. The German international midfielder had joined the Premier League giants Manchester United last month after spending majority of his career at Bayern Munich.
Speaking about the star’s departure to United and his future at the club present Bayern manager opined that Schweinsteiger may face problems relating to his persistent injuries and that might hamper his career at Old Trafford.
Pep was quoted as: “When he does not have injury problems, I am completely convinced he will do very well at Manchester United. He is a top, top player.
“Unfortunately, during the last three years he was never in good condition. He is going to play really good there (at United). I really hope that is going to happen.”
Bastian Schweinsteiger remained out of action for the most of the time at Bayern last season. He was jolted by a gruelling injury during the FIFA World Cup which kept him out for considerable amount of time.
The midfield maestro has already suffered an injury this season after joining the Red Devils after playing the first friendly this summer he remained out of action for the rest of the matches.
Pep was vocal about another Manchester United target Pedro who used to play under the Spanish manager at FC Barcelona. Barcelona winger is heavily linked with the English giants.
He further said: “He is one of the best players you can imagine. He’s won the European Cup, the Champions League and played millions of games for Barcelona. He can play in any team in the world, but I don’t know the situation right now. He’s a great player.”