Toni Kroos says Leroy Sané sometimes shows carelessness with his body language.
|Leroy Sané (right).||Photo: Granada, CC-by-SA 4.0|
After being omitted from Germany's World Cup squad in June, Manchester City star Leroy Sané is now back with 'Die Mannschaft' for the upcoming fixtures against France and Peru.
At a press conference today, Toni Kroos talked about his 22-year-old teammate, saying he has the potential to become a world-class player, but that his body language can be frustrating at times.
"You sometimes get the feeling that it doesn't matter to him if we win or lose. It's about showing his qualities. Then he can be an absolute weapon for us," Kroos said and added:
"He has got everything to become a world-class player, but sometimes, he needs to be told what to do. If he brings all his quality to the pitch, he can help us a lot."
Leroy Sané was handed his international debut in 2015 and has made 12 appearances for 'Die Mannschaft'.
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