The 23-year-old right-back has lifted the lid on his toughest opponent and who he believes the best player of his generation to be.
Bayern Munich defender Joshua Kimmich has claimed that Chelsea forward Álvaro Morata rates as the toughest player he has ever had to face.
Morata has been criticised for his recent performance with the Blues, yet when he played with Juventus, Kimmich felt that he was a tough presence to cope with.
Indeed, he believes the 25-year-old was so good that he rates him higher than the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar, who he has also faced in Champions League action.
“It was very tough to play against him because he has a very strong body, he is very fast and has a good technique,” Kimmich said, answering questions fans posed to him via Goal. “So it wasn’t easy to play against him.”
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old right-back found it tricky to pick an outstanding player of his generation.
“I think there are a lot of good players,” he said. “Neymar is not that old but he’s not my age. Paul Pogba is two years older than me and Paulo Dybala I think is one year older than me.
“For me, Kingsley Coman is a greater player, but he’s one year younger than me.
“I think we have a good generation with a lot of very good players.”
Kimmich also passed comment on other subjects, such as who is his greatest coach ever and his preference between Real Madrid and Barcelona. Watch the video above to discover his answers.
Reporting by Goal.com