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Hoffenheim's Jeremy Toljan picks Germany U21 over U.S. team

Hoffenheim defender Jeremy Toljan has rejected Jurgen Klinsmann's approach to turn him into a U.S. national team player, and opted to play for the Germany under-21 at the upcoming European Championships instead.

The 20-year-old defender, who has played on all positions in the Hoffenheim back four last season, was called up into Germany's preliminary squad for the 2015 under-21 European Championships next month.

On the back of a strong run-in, Toljan, who struggled with injuries earlier this season,...

Emre Can, Serge Gnabry, Marc-Andre ter Stegen in Germany U21 Euro squad

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Liverpool's Emre Can, Arsenal's Serge Gnabry and Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen have been named in Germany's 28-man preliminary squad for the upcoming European Under-21 Championships in the Czech Republic.

Germany under-21 coach Horst Hrubesch has selected the Premier League duo and Barca goalkeeper along with and 18 Bundesliga players for his squad, which is set to be reduced to 23 by June 7.

Can and Gnabry will join the likes of World Cup winner Matthias Ginter, Hoffenheim attacker Kevin...

Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller, Toni Kroos out of Germany-U.S. friendly

Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger marked his 500th appearance for the Bundesliga champions and Jurgen Klopp said goodbye to Borussia Dortmund.

Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos have all been left out of Joachim Low's Germany squad for a friendly against the USA on June 10 and a Euro 2016 qualifier at Gibraltar three days later.

Thirteen World Cup winners have been called up to the squad for Germany's final two games of the post-World Cup season, but Bayern duo Muller and Neuer -- along with Real Madrid midfielder Kroos and injury-prone Borussia Dortmund attacker Marco Reus -- will not take part in the friendly against Jurgen Klinsmann's...

Arjen Robben backs Mario Gotze to break out of recent slump

Bayern boss Pep Guardiola says he is counting down to a well-earned rest at the end of the season after his title-winning team were beaten 2-1 by Freiburg.

Arjen Robben has backed his under-fire Bayern Munich teammate Mario Gotze, saying the the young German's current difficulties will make him even stronger.

Gotze, 22 became a national hero in Germany when scoring the winner in the World Cup final as Die Nationalmannschaft beat Argentina 1-0 last summer. However, the former Borussia Dortmund midfielder has had a frustrating season at the Allianz Arena despite a good start with six goals in his first seven games of the season.

He has failed to find...

German FA will not support Sepp Blatter at FIFA presidential elections

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The German FA (DFB) will not vote for Sepp Blatter at the FIFA presidential elections this month, its president has said.

Blatter, 79, is seeking his fifth term as FIFA president when the votes are cast in Zurich on May 29, and the Swiss is strong favourite to be re-elected.

However, DFB president Wolfgang Niersbach told Bild: "The DFB chairmanship continues to take the view that a change at the FIFA top would be in order."

He added that he has little hope for change, though, saying: "It would be...