Germany coach Hansi Flick has indicated that he will not move Joshua Kimmich to the right-back position against Spain.
|Hansi Flick.||Photo: Steffen Prößdorf, CC BY-SA 4.0|
However, Flick seemed to rule out a position change for Kimmich at the pre-match press conference today.
When quizzed about the possibility of moving Kimmich from central midfield to the right side of defence, Flick responded:
"Why would that be in the interest of the team? We have right-backs, who can play there.
"There are several positions where we have options - we'll wait and see," added Flick, who chose to come to the presser himself instead of bringing a player with him.
"We didn't want any of the players to spend almost 3 hours in the car. That's why I said I'd do it alone. All 26 players are important, so I don't have a player with me here. We put our full focus on the game," he said.
Flick also provided an update on Leroy Sané, who remains a doubt.
"With Leroy, we have to wait for the final training today. He will train with us, which is pleasing. After that, we can say more."