Goalkeeper Bernd Leno has a lot of confidence in the German national team at the European Championships (June 11th to July 11th).
“We’re not the top favorites, but if we build up euphoria, then anything is possible. No German national player plays a European Championship to be happy about having made it to the quarter-finals,” said the Arsenal goalkeeper Sport1-Interview.
After Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s injury-related withdrawal from the European Championship, the 29-year-old has his place in the squad. Captain Manuel Neuer, Kevin Trapp and Leno will form the goalkeeper trio.
He would meanwhile welcome Hansi Flick as Löw’s successor: “That would be a very good solution for German football. Also for the atmosphere, because I believe that the fans can identify with Hansi Flick very well. He is technically outstanding anyway, on a human level he is top. “