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Joshua Kimmich open to playing at right-back for Germany at the Euros

By Rune Gjerulff

Joshua Kimmich is ready to step in at right-back if required.

Joshua Kimmich.
Joshua Kimmich.Photo: Granada, CC-by-SA 4.0

Joshua Kimmich says he would be ready to play on the right-hand side for Germany during the Euros.




Kimmich was deployed at wing-back in Germany's 7-1 friendly victory over Latvia yesterday, and the 26-year-old would be willing to stay in that role if needed, although he has made it clear in the past that he prefers to play in central midfield.

"As long as we win our games, I don't really care whether I play on the right-hand side or down the middle," Kimmich told Sportschau.

Germany kick off their Euro campaign against reigning world champions France on 15 June.




France
(4-3-3)
1Hugo Lloris (C)
2Benjamin Pavard
4Raphaël Varane
3Presnel Kimpembe
21Lucas Hernández
6Paul Pogba
13N'Golo Kanté
14Adrien Rabiot ↩90
7Antoine Griezmann
19Karim Benzema ↩89
10Kylian Mbappé
Bench
16Steve Mandanda
23Mike Maignan
8Thomas Lemar
9Olivier Giroud
11Ousmane Dembélé ↪90
20Kingsley Coman
22Wissam Ben Yedder
5Clément Lenglet
15Kurt Zouma
18Lucas Digne
25Jules Koundé
12Corentin Tolisso ↪89
Germany
(3-4-2-1)
1Manuel Neuer (C)
4Matthias Ginter ↩88
5Mats Hummels
2Antonio Rüdiger
6Joshua Kimmich
21İlkay Gündoğan
8Toni Kroos
20Robin Gosens ↩88
7Kai Havertz ↩74
25Thomas Müller
10Serge Gnabry ↩74
Bench
12Bernd Leno
22Kevin Trapp
9Kevin Volland ↪88
11Timo Werner ↪74
19Leroy Sané ↪74
3Marcel Halstenberg
15Niklas Süle
16Lukas Klostermann
24Robin Koch
26Christian Günter
17Florian Neuhaus
23Emre Can ↪88

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