Douglas Costa says he can be the player that helps Gonzalo Higuain score 40 goals for Juventus next season.
In the second part of his Juve presentation on Monday, Costa discussed the reasons behind his departure from Bayern and decision to join Juve in more detail.
“What made an impact on me is that Juve are a team that always win,” continued the winger.
“They have a great chance of growth, I want to develop and I feel like I’ve joined the perfect team at the perfect time.
“Problems with Ancelotti? No, he’s a good person, it’s all the same.
“I’m thinking about myself, I want to develop and I didn’t have these possibilities at Bayern anymore. I’m very grateful to them.
“Can Higuain score 40 goals with me? Of course, he’s an attacker that I really like.
“There’s a lot of potential to score a lot of goals with him, just like there was with Luiz Adriano. That’s something else I can do here.
“Bonucci to Milan? I know that he’s an important player, he was here for seven years.
“I’m not in a position to evaluate this transfer. He’s left Juve and I’ve left Bayern, the Coach will decide where to play us.
“The Champions League? It’s a great thing for me. I’ve never won it, but I think I can help Juve get on top.
“Prove to Bayern that they were wrong? No, I don’t have to prove anything to them.
“I just want to show that Juve have done well to believe in me.”