Joachim Low who is the manager of Germany has not yet made his final decision on which three players that will be left out of the final squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. During the training session of the Germany provisional squad, the trio players showcased the best of themselves a thing that impresses the Germany boss.
South Tyrol is the place where a 26 man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup together with their boss are holding their training camp. However, Low has only a week to submit the final 23 man squad to the football governing body, FIFA.
This means that a total of 3 players have to be dropped before the 2nd day of June. The players who are likely to be dropped from the provisional 26 man squad are Christoph Kramer, Erik Durm, Kevin Volland and Mathias Ginter.
However the above mentioned players received lots of praises despite being have named for the first time this year by Low. On Monday during a press conference Low said that the very young superstars like Volland and Durm have showcased the best impression ever.
He said that Kramer had also greater opportunities and very keen when possessing a ball. He adds that Kramer is always active and fit for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The Germany boss said that he has received lots of impression by Andre Schurrle the winger at Chelsea and Toni Kroos who plays for Bayern Munich.
The duo players are targeting the same position in Low’s squad. Low said that football that Schurrle has played in England is a contributing factor to his activeness and even body fitness.
Low said that the Chelsea player now has a lot of confidence and has done well in the training session.
On the other hand, Low said that Kroos football skills have really improved when compared to the ones during the 2012 Euro championship. Low said that he hopes all of the players will be fit for the summer tournament.