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Life is good in Munich and Perisic wants to stay

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The chances of Ivan Perisic making his loan move from Inter Milan to Bayern Munich permanent, are looking good.

Recently Club supremo Karl-Heinz Rummenigge suggested that the club was very happy with the player and that he would not “rule out” Perisic staying.

According to an earlier interview  Rummenigge is happy with the Croatian and sees a potential future for him in Bavaria.

He said:

“We brought him in to play, and when he has played he has done well.

“He has scored a few goals.”

“Ivan is always good.”

“I won’t rule (signing Perisic permanently) out, he has had a good start to the season.”

“We have an agreement with Inter to talk about it later, and we will also evaluate it with the player.”

Now the player himself has confirmed life in Munich is good, and he is more than happy to stay.

Speaking to the clubs official website fcbayern.com, he said:

“I too think that’s possible.”

“Everything’s positive in Munich so far, both in private and in terms of football.”

“I have a one-year loan contract plus option to purchase.”

“I’m just taking it step by step, from day to day. Let’s see.”