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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bastian Schweinsteiger to have Bayern testimonial vs. Chicago Fire

With Bastian Schweinsteiger set to return in 2018, enjoy some of his best goals, assists and skills from his first season in Chicago.
Take a look back at the highlights from Chicago's 2017 season, including the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Bayern Munich legend Bastian Schweinsteiger will return to the club for a testimonial match against his current club Chicago Fire in the summer.

Bayern announced that former Germany captain Schweinsteiger "will officially say farewell to Bayern and the club's fans" on Aug. 28 and play one half for each team.

CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told the club's official website: "Bastian Schweinsteiger had an extraordinary career and left his mark on a highly successful era for Bayern.

"In addition he was...

Bastian Schweinsteiger signs new Chicago Fire deal, eyes silverware

With Bastian Schweinsteiger set to return in 2018, enjoy some of his best goals, assists and skills from his first season in Chicago.
Take a look back at the highlights from Chicago's 2017 season, including the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Bastian Schweinsteiger has signed a new deal with MLS club Chicago Fire and set his sights on winning a trophy.

Bayern Munich and Germany great Schweinsteiger, 33, put pen to paper on a new contract as a designated player for the 2018 season.

He told the club's official website: "Our year ended without a trophy, and so it felt incomplete. As a sportsman I cannot accept this.

"I love this city, I love this sport, and I love winning. And so it is with great happiness that I announce my return to the...

Bastian Schweinsteiger in talks with Chicago Fire over new contract

Take a look back at the highlights from Chicago's 2017 season, including the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Former Germany international Bastian Schweinsteiger says he is in talks with Chicago Fire over a new contract.

Schweinsteiger, 33, joined the Fire on a one-year-deal in 2017 and made 25 appearances in his debut season but is now a free agent. However, as he wants to continue his career, he has confirmed talks with the MLS club and is confident he will return for the new season.

"I want to continue playing football," he said at a PR event in Germany. "We are currently in talks. And I definitely want...

 By Chris Wright

Schweinsteiger a dad for the first time as Chicago Fire ace shares baby news

Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced he is about to become a father for the first time, with the Chicago Fire midfielder confirming as much on social media on Thursday.

The news was actually broken by Schweinsteiger's wife, tennis star Ana Ivanovic, who shared a photo of the couples' sneakers, along with an additional pair of matching baby booties.

Schweinsteiger's accompanying Twitter announcement was a little less cryptic, with the former Germany captain opting for the efficient, matter-of-fact...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Keeping Bastian Schweinsteiger for 2018 'a priority' - Chicago Fire GM

Watch all 24 goals from MLS Golden Boot winner Nemanja Nikolic's first season in the league with Chicago Fire.

Chicago Fire general manager Nelson Rodriguez has called keeping Designated Player Bastian Schweinsteiger at the club for the 2018 season is "a priority."

Schweinsteiter, 33, left Manchester United to sign a one-year deal with the Fire in March.

His contract contains a mutual option for next season. And Rodriguez, speaking to reporters this week, said he is optimistic the 2014 World Cup winner will return.

"We remain optimistic that Basti and we will reach a mutually satisfactory agreement...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bastian Schweinsteiger welcome to return to Chicago Fire next season

The Chicago Fire would welcome back Bastian Schweinsteiger next season, coach Veljko Paunovic said on Wednesday after the club crashed out of the MLS playoffs.

Schweinsteiger contributed only three goals and six assists in 24 games this season after his high-profile move from Manchester United in March.

He was hampered by injuries at the end of the season, making just one substitute appearance over the final seven weeks, and the Fire were already trailing 2-0 when he entered the knockout-stage...