French midfielder Kingsley Coman reveals he didn't have to think twice about leaving Juventus for Bayern München, saying the German champions are a cut above the rest.
The French winger moved to Germany on a two-year loan deal from last season's Champions League finalists in a deal that could rise to €15million depending on his performances.
Bayern also reportedly have the option of making the move permanent for an additional €21million if they are suitably impressed by the 19-year-old.
"I saw when I arrived here what a great club this is. I feel very welcome and settled in," he said.
The in-demand playmaker only spent one season at Juventus after joining from French champions Paris Saint-Germain in 2014 and feels he has found the club that best suits his style in Bayern München.
"Bayern is a club that plays the kind of football I like to play, and has already had a lot of success," he added.
"I've already played for some big clubs in Europe, but for me Bayern is a cut above the rest.
"I'm physically ready to play. My medical was fine, so when the coach wants to pick me, I'll be ready.
"I am a player that can make a difference in every minute," he concluded.