FC Schalke 04: Routine talks about the future
I do not think Schalke desire to keep me for the 2nd Bundesliga The Japanese press reporters also asked me this concern once again and once again, stated the veteran: After a big competition, it is typically always challenging to motivate yourself immediately. Now I am completely focused on Schalke.
After a strong World Cup with the Japanese nationwide group, Maya Yeshiva now wishes to assist FC Schalke 04 to stay in the Bundesliga in the Bundesliga.
The ing future of the central defender is still open. Maya Yeshiva is bound to FC Schalke 04 until completion of the season, but has an alternative for another year. It is extremely basic: I play 25 video games, and we produce the relegation, then I will remain, then my contract will be extended immediately. We will leave, end my agreement. I do not believe Schalke want to keep me for the 2nd Bundesliga, Yeshiva is priced quote by the WAS regarding his S04 future.
The 34th years of age pertained to Gelsenkirchen as a replacement for his compatriot KO Itaúsa from Amphora Genus before the season. In the very first half of the season, the protector could not constantly meet expectations.
But now I am fully focused on Schalke
At the World Cup in Qatar, Yeshiva understood how to persuade, beat both Germany (2: 1) and Spain (2: 1) with Japan. It was only in the round of 16 after penalty shooting versus Croatia. Yeshiva future in the Japanese national team is also still open. The Japanese press reporters also asked me this question once again and again, stated the veteran: After a big tournament, it is typically constantly hard to motivate yourself right away. However now I am completely focused on Schalke. We are facing a challenging mission. FC Schalke 04 is currently in the last place in the Bundesliga. Under head coach Thomas Was, the trend before the World Cup break appeared. The space to the relegation place, on which VfB Stuttgart is presently standing, is five points. The next challenger in the Bundesliga is Eintracht Frankfurt on January 21.