- Sanches arrives in Munich.
- Dembele a Neymar fan.
- Coke delighted to be in training with new club Schalke.
Bundesliga Daily keeps you right up to date with all the important events concerning the 18 Bundesliga clubs. Here's all you need to know from 4 August...
Bayern welcome Sanches
The wait is over, FC Bayern München fans - Renato Sanches has arrived! The UEFA EURO 2016 winner and Best Young Player of the Tournament visited the club's Säbener Straße training base for the first time today after signing a five-year deal back in May. The 18-year-old has been away on vacation for the last few weeks or so, but clearly has not lost any of his magic:
Dembele's Samba muse
Borussia Dortmund summer signing Ousmane Dembele has told Germany's leading sports specialist magazine kicker that he is "honoured" to be likened to Brazil international Neymar. "I used to copy his tricks when I was 13, 14," the 19-year-old French forward said. "Youngsters strive to be like him. There's still a way to go until I reach his level."
Watch: Dembele takes on Marcel Schmelzer in a game of kickball
Bartra 'up for the challenge'
Staying with Dortmund, Marc Bartra has been talking to the press about how he has acclimatised to life at his new club. "I'm happy to be here," the Spain international defender said from the club's Bad Ragaz training camp. "Dortmund are a top club, I'm happy they pursued me. I'm up for the challenge."
"It comes naturally to me because we also played with a lot of possession at Barcelona."
Much like his compatriot Bartra, Coke appears to be settling in well at new club FC Schalke 04. "I'm happy to finally be here," the three-time UEFA Europa League winner said on the day of his first training session as a Royal Blue. "I can't speak German yet, but I'll work on that. I have a good feeling about the team."
The Herrmannator is back
Patrick Herrmann did not have it easy last season, but the Borussia Mönchengladbach winger looks to have put his injury troubles behind him after scoring twice in the 6-1 friendly rout of Hessen Kassel. "I'm just glad to be back," the 25-year-old said. "We all did a good job, we were focused from the start and looked for the gaps. That's why I was able to score my two goals."
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