Mats Hummels (32) is apparently in Joachim Löw’s squad for the upcoming European Championship (June 11th to July 11th) and would thus celebrate his comeback in the German national team after two and a half years of abstinence. That reports Sport1.
Löw will announce his 26-strong EM squad on Wednesday afternoon (12.30 p.m.). Image had already announced on Monday that Thomas Müller would be part of the squad.
Together with Jerome Boateng, Hummels and Müller were sorted out by Löw in spring 2019. Whether Boateng will return to the national team, as apparently Müller and Hummels, is unlikely, despite the 32-year-old’s strong performance in his last season at Bayern.
Hummels played his last international match so far on November 19, 2018 in the Nations League against the Netherlands (2-2). The following summer he moved from FC Bayern to Borussia Dortmund and recently won the DFB Cup. So far, the BVB defense chief has made 70 international matches.