Borussia Dortmund winger fires warning to Bayern Munich

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Borussia Dortmund winger Christian Pulisic has upheld his club to oust ruling Champion Bayern Munich for the forthcoming season.

Dortmund’s last league title triumph came in 2012 when the present Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was in charge of the Black and Yellow army. However, from that point forward the club have seen an upside down ride in the group where they even completed outside the Champions League spot once.

Meanwhile, Bayern demonstrated their predominance in the league and in the long run added sequentially five league titles to their trophy room. However a year ago, following five years the Westfalenstadion side again found the essence of a silverware when their previous manager Thomas Tuchel guided them to DFB Pokal win.

The United States rising star, Pulisic performed a critical part in Dortmund’s last season’s success where he recorded five goals and in addition 13 assists in 43 matches.

The 18-year-old is presently planning for the upcoming with Dortmund under new mentor Peter Bosz at BVB’s Summer camp in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland.

And While addressing ‘Kicker’, Pulisic now asserted that in the following season the club have a big possibility of winning the league for the first time in the last couple of years.

“We’ve got a big chance to win the league this coming season,” he said.

Pulisic also kept up that he wants to enhance his own particular prospering status next term all the more after last season’s accomplishment.

“Last year was a good step for my development, it was my first full year as a professional,” he said.

“I want to build on that. I want to score goals and be dangerous on the pitch. I don’t feel the pressure from fans or media. Only I can put pressure on myself, but I’m trying to keep a lid on things as much as possible.”

For next season’s arrangement, Dortmund have just added three new faces to their squad with the likes of Mahmoud Dahoud, Maximilian Philipp, and Ömer Toprak and will begin their crusade against last season’s victor Bayern Munich on sixth August in the DFL Super Cup contest.

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