I like Schnitzel – Sancho happy in Germany after England call-up

Borussia Dortmund's sensation Jadon Sancho says he's happy in the Bundesliga when he's on the cusp of his debut in England.

Sancho is in line to make his international bow after the teenager got a place in Gareth Southgate's England squad. Next matches against Croatia and Spain.

The 18-year-old – who left Premier League giants Manchester City bound for Borussia Dortmund last year – starred this season with a goal and eight assists in 10 games in Germany's top flight. [19659002] While Sancho misses his family and England, the attacker believes he made the right decision by moving to Dortmund.

"When I left home, so young … I was taking another step to leave England, but I really like it," said Sancho.

"Culture is different, fans are passionate about the game and support me every week, it's a dream come true, so I'm very grateful, the food is fine, Schnitzel [meat, often fried in breadcrumbs] … that's very good. [1 9659002] "I am happy to be part of Dortmund. I have to thank the manager for interpreting me, trusting me. It's a noisy stadium. Again, 80,000 people … not every day you can play against 80,000.

"I think it's vital [to be playing] because not everyone wants to play U-23." Everyone feels they are ready for the next step, whatever it is that you think is right, whether it's moving to a new club or Stay to fight for a position, everyone has the right to do whatever they want to do, I felt it was right to go.

"Christian Pulisic is another young Boy, and I learn from him. Your confidence in facing the players, whether there are four or five players around you. He tells me to do my thing. That's why you're here. You are Jadon Sancho. Those guys put me more on the ground. "

Sancho added:" Not everyone feels comfortable moving from home. If you are ready to play abroad and believe in yourself, why not? I recommend.

"I believe in myself, so moving to Germany did not disconcert me, I can not just go down the road and see my friends, but it's what I want to do in the long term: to be a professional footballer you have to do what what you have to do to make my family and I happy.

"Moving from home was the most important thing: leaving my mother and my sisters behind. Miss them a lot. It was very hard, especially my mother. But if you really believe in yourself, you must do what is best for you. "

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