Werder Bremen coach: Phil Krueger did well, but not enough to help Germany advance

December 10-thanks to his excellent performance in the World Cup, Nicholas Phil Krueger has received the attention of other clubs. However, he is likely to continue to play for Werder Bremen in the second half of the season, at least according to Werder Bremen coach Werner.
Werner said in an interview: “I plan the future with him and think he will also play with us in the second half of the season.”
On Phil Krueger’s World Cup performance, Werner said: “Phil Krueger did a good job, he did his job well, but it was not enough to get him through, but he made a good impression.”
In the World Cup, the Hannover came off the bench in three games for the German national team, scoring two goals and one assist. Germany coach Frick also had to endure criticism after his team was out of the World Cup because he did not use Phil Krueger at the beginning of his final group match against Costa Rica, but only used him as a substitute at the end of the game, so Frick, who is determined not to use a high center, has been questioned.
Recently, there have been a lot of rumours about the transfer of Phil Krueger, whose contract at Werder Bremen will last until June 2025. The 29-year-old has previously had an affair with Bayern Munich.