Football international Julian Draxler looks like a club change in this summer with a view of his World Cup chance.
“I have to have more game practice in the direction of WM. In the summer you will see what happens. I have to play more than this season,” said the 28-year-old offensive player of Paris Saint-Germain after his international comeback on the 2-0 against Israel.
“It was good to stand again 90 minutes on the spot,” Draxler said after his 57th country. National coach Hansi Flick in conversation with him a change “not clearly demanded”. On the other hand, “The Embassy” of the Federal Trainer has been “clearly” in front of the entire team that he needs play players at the World Cup. Draxler’s contract in Paris runs until 2024.
Flick holds back with advice
Flick may not publicly produce pressure on World Cup candidates with low seasons in the club. “I am far away that I play the advice to players, whether they should change the club or not,” said the national coach in the press conference after the game in Sinsheim addressed the situation of Draxler and also striker Timo Werner at FC Chelsea.
“Every player has to show responsibility for themselves and learn to assess his situation. He has to know what’s best for his future,” explained flick. “If players want a council, I am happy to be there for you. The situation that both have is currently not so that it is satisfactory.” But Werner was a long time ago, had repeatedly suffered setbacks. Draxler, in turn, have it at PSG on his position “not so easy”.
The 26-year-old Werner is bound by 2025 in the club. “Sure, at Chelsea, it’s just not running as I wish,” said the attacker, who scored the gate against Israel to 2-0.