He said: "When it comes to a player like him, of course he is going to make noise, just as I did when I came here last year (laughter).
"I do not believe there's a danger to the dressing room because knowing a little about him, as we are informed, he is not a typical attention seeker. They say he is a team player, he has shown this in Manchester and I believe that with the great stars we have in Madrid, he would be one more.
"I do not think he'd have problems adapting at all."
However, Schuster added: "There's been plans we've had for several months. We're prepared for any move, for any solution, but it is true that as time drags on, there's a danger that your Plan B can become a bit complicated."