Goalkeeper Florian Muller of Stuttgart has been nominated for the Tokyo Olympics and could miss his first competitive match at his new club.
“I am very happy about the nomination and I thank the officials of the German Football Association for their trust. At the same time, I thank the officials of VfB for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Olympic Games,” said this 1.92-meter race quoted a tall goalkeeper from Swabian club traditional.
He wanted to use the time until he left Stuttgart to prepare as much as possible for the tournament as well as for the upcoming Bundesliga season.
The Olympic team gathers around the success of coach Stefan Koontz (58) in Frankfurt on Monday 12 July, and departs for Japan the next day.
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Nadim Amiri (24, Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Maximilian Arnold (27, Wolfsburg) and Max Kroes (33, Union Berlin) lead the team as stars.
Germany will face Brazil (July 22), Saudi Arabia (July 25) and Ivory Coast (July 28) in the group stage. The final will be held in Yokohama on August 7.
Should DFB-Elf reach the final, Müller will play his first competitive match at his new club in DFB-BOCAL miss, on August 6th. Who meets VfB It’s still open.
In mid-June, FC Stuttgart announced the commitment of Florian Muller, who had previously played for 1. FS in Mainz 05 and was loaned to FC Freiburg in the 2020/21 season. The transfer fee was five million euros.
He succeeds Swiss goalkeeper Gregor Kopel (23) in the capital of Baden-Württemberg, who sold for 15 million euros at the end of June. Move to DFB Cup winners Borussia Dortmund.