Emre Can has said that he hopes Bayern Munich will regret selling him one day. Bayern Munich sold Can to Bayer Leverkusen for €6 million in August 2013.
Leverkusen went on to sell Can to Liverpool FC for €14.5 million in July 2014.
“I left Bayern because I needed some game time really,” Emre Can told the Liverpool Echo.
“It wasn’t an easy step and some people might not have seen it as a step forward because I went to a bit of a smaller club but for me it was the right step to take.
“If I keep on doing what I’ve been doing the last two to three months I’m sure they (Bayern) might regret one day letting me go.
“But I want to make clear that there is nothing that I have against Bayern Munich. They gave me a lot of things, I had a good education there and at the end of the day it was my decision to leave because I wanted more game time.
“There is no bad blood between me and Bayern Munich at all and I thank them a lot for what they’ve done for me.
“It’s very similar at Bayern Munich to Liverpool. The level was really high in the training sessions, especially under Jupp Heynckes with a lot of passing exercises.
“There was a lot of training that was specific to the position you play as well but it’s very similar to what I found here.”
Can has averaged 42 passes per-game in the league at an 83 percent accuracy and makes 2.7 long balls per-match according to Whoscored.
The 21-year-old joined Liverpool as a central midfielder from Bayer Leverkusen but has played much of the season as a key member of Brendan Rodgers three-man defence.
Liverpool have not lost a Premier League game in which Can has started in defence this season.