It's only a second source as I didn't buy the paper where the interview was printed: US national player Landon Donovan doesn't want to return to Leverkusen over a longer period of time. "Only if Bayer said 'we want you for one season. If you're playing and you like it, then you can stay. If not, then you can return to the USA'. With this offer I'd say 'Okay, let's try it'", said the 20 year old in an interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. But he's just having the chance to return for four or five years. This is excluded by Donovan "I can't go to Leverkusen with the knowledge that I'll have to stay for four years. That's impossible." Bayer GM Ilja Kaenzig already explained during this week that Donovan won't play for Bayer this season. Donovan complained that he didn't get a chance back then "That was terrible. To have a good life I've got to be lucky. Why should I go somewhere where I don't play? This would be stupid." ------------------------ Guess, we're getting another situation once again. It is all reasonable what he says, though these words don't tell me the problems. I mean, nobody can know whether he makes it before he is returning and showing his skills in the training - that's what he says would be okay in a one season try. If he's still far away from the team, then it is Bayer's common way to loan these talented players (or sell if they are completely without chance), let it be MLS or some other Bundesliga club. If he fails, then nobody will force him to stay four seasons.