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MessagePosté le: Jeu 21 Juin - 07:22 (2018) Répondre en citant

Bernd Leno has the talent and temperament to succeed at Arsenal

 
maxbet Bernd Leno shone from an early age at Stuttgart and established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in Germany at Bayer Leverkusen. His former team-mates tell Sky Sports how he has flourished at every step - and why it could be the same story at Arsenal.It was midway through the 2009/10 season when Daniel Vier, an experienced centre-back playing for Stuttgart's second team, saw Bernd Leno train for the first time. The teenaged goalkeeper from the club's academy had been temporarily promoted from the U19s in the midst of an injury crisis. But it soon became clear that he wouldn't be going back.

"He was a really special goalkeeper," Vier tells Sky Sports. "In his first training session with us, we looked at him and said, 'Where did this guy come from?' He was saving every ball that came at him and he was a really calm person as well. To be so calm at that age with experienced players around him was very impressive to see."Stuttgart's second team had lost seven of their previous eight games in Germany's third tier, but Leno's debut coincided with a 4-1 win over Wehen Wisbaden. He went on to keep four clean sheets in his next seven appearances, reversing Stuttgart's slide and cementing his place in the team. "It was obvious that was going to stay with us," says Vier. maxbet

In eight years since, Leno has played senior football almost every week without interruption, first in Stuttgart's second side, then for Bayer Leverkusen's first-team. Still only 26, he heads to Arsenal as a full Germany international with close to 400 senior appearances already under his belt and a reputation as one of the best goalkeepers in the Bundesliga.To the team-mates who watched his first steps into men's football at Stuttgart, it is no surprise. Leno was a brilliant shot-stopper with sharp reflexes and a willingness to put his body on the line, and there was also temperament to match the talent. According to those who knew him from the start, Leno has always been an old head on young shoulders.

"I don't think I ever saw a better young player than Leno and I played with guys like Antonio Rudiger and Sebastian Rudy," says Vier. "I always think you have two types of goalkeepers. Some guys are crazy and really loud, but others are calmer. I'd say Bernd was more like Petr Cech in that way. He is a really smart guy who doesn't scream about everything."If he needed to say something then he would say it, but not in a way that everyone in the stadium could see. He's not a guy for theatrics or acting like he's the best, but at the same time, he would do what he needed to do to wake up his defence - even at that age. Maybe that's the best way to describe his character. He's calm but he talks when he needs to." maxbet


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