The head coach is a big fan of Gnabry.
Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry has impressed in the first team this season, but Germany manager Joachim Loew has suggested the 18-year-old could be in the country’s World Cup squad.
Gnabry is yet to even receive a cap for the senior team, with the furthest the winger has progressed so far is five appearances for the under-19 side.
This doesn’t deter Loew though, who revealed the boss’ admiration of the starlet after beating England 0-1 at Wembley.
“The boy is really good. He has exceptional qualities,” the 53-year-old was quoted by the Metro.
“I’m still open [to him making the World Cup squad]. We have an eye on him.”
Gnabry has broken into the first team for the Gunners this term, making six appearances in all competitions; which has included scoring the German’s first Premier League goal and playing in the Champions League.
Yet with such an array of talent available to Loew it would be a shock to see the attacking midfielder on the plane to Brazil next summer.
In the same position as Gnabry the nation already has the likes of Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller and Sidney Sam of Bayer Leverkusen.
Yet the comments from the head coach should serve as an incentive to the teenager to keep impressing at the Emirates Stadium, as the chance to impress on the biggest stage in international football could well be the reward.
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