Greater Hopes For Germany As Khedira Makes A Return

Sami Khedira

Sami Khedira, German Footballer

Most of the 32 national teams that qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup under their coaches are busy in the process of coming up with the players who will be part of the squad that will travel to Brazil this coming summer to represent their country in this global event.

Each and every coach has concern and is very keen in order to pick those players that are totally reliable and dependable as far as the 2014 FIFA World Cup is concerned. Joachim Low who is the head coach of Germany which is one of the 32 qualified team to participate in the upcoming global event should be a happy man.

This is because Sami Khedira, Germany’s midfielder is now back into the training camp and sessions. Khedira who suffered a serious ligament damage when they were playing Germany in November, a game that ended in a 1-1 draw.

The 27 years old international star and also a player at Real Madrid club after a five months off the pitch return in training sessions with his teammates this last Sunday.

After spending a greater part of this year and last year nursing his injury, Sami is said to be fit for Germany come 12th June which is the kickoff of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

This great move has not only been happily welcomed by the Germany coach but also Sami’s fans across the world. Khedira has been playing for his national team for a total of four years now.

On the other hand, Madrid will be facing Barcelona on Wednesday for the Spanish Copa de Rey final match of which it’s said Khedira may be featured.

Marcelo who plays a fullback position for Brazil and Sergio Ramos the Spanish international are said to be fit although they were not part of the Saturday match against Almeria due to injuries they suffered when they were under training sessions.

Christiano Ronaldo, the FIFA Ballon d’Or winner has not revealed whether he will be in position to play the 2014 FIFA World Cup since he suffers a serious injury too.

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