The World Cup is only 150 days away! Germany coach Jogi Löw will have his eye on several players after the Bundesliga’s restart – Werner, Gomez, Wagner – who will he choose up front?
Mario Gomez has called time on his Germany career after 11 years, 78 caps and 31 goals. The striker is the second of Germany’s World Cup 2018 squad to call it quits after Mesut Özil.
Jogi Löw made the surprising decision to omit Bayern Munich striker Sandro Wagner from his preliminary World Cup squad. In Nils Petersen, however, Germany's coach has a striker that could make the difference in Russia.
Sandro Wagner, 29, is making a strong case for inclusion in Germany’s 2018 World Cup squad. He can take inspiration from a pair of notable strikers who made an impact on the national team later in their careers.
Germany's leading striker has yet to score at the World Cup, but he has definitely arrived. Timo Werner is displaying early signs of becoming a leader.
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