Mario Gotze, world champion with the Germany in 2014, could return to the national team after moving to Eintracht Frankfurt from PSV Eindhovensaid former coach Joachim Low.
“I’m very happy to play for Eintracht Frankfurt,” said Gotze, 30, who scored Germany’s winning goal in the World Cup final against Argentina em 2014.
“The club has gone through a remarkable development, which has been followed by an exciting and ambitious trajectory, which I am happy to be a part of,” said the player, who also wore the jerseys of Borussia Dortmund e Bayern Munchen.
Eintracht Frankfurt qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 1960, after winning the last Europa League by beating Scotland’s Rangers.
Low, who put Gotze on the field in the 43rd minute of the 2014 World Cup final, before his goal in extra time, assessed that he can now return to the national team, where he has not played since 2017.
“He has all the qualities for it. He will go back to playing in the Champions League, the Bundesliga and want to show service to seek a place in the selection in the World Cup”, said Low, who left the post after Euro 2020, to the network. Sky.