City's Leroy Sane omitted from German World Cup squad

City's Leroy Sane omitted from German World Cup squad

City's Leroy Sane omitted from German World Cup squad

It is arguably the most shocking exclusion from a World Cup squad in recent years.

Joachim Low has made the stunning decision to axe Manchester City star Leroy Sane from Germany's World Cup squad for this summer's tournament in Russian Federation.

Neuer's participation has been in serious doubt after an injury-hit season for the Bayern Munich goalkeeper, but the 32-year-old came through Saturday's friendly defeat to Austria unscathed.

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Sane, 22, was widely expected to star in Russian Federation this month after a scintillating title-winning campaign in the Premier League with Manchester City.

With that selection narrowed down to 23 ahead of the defence of a global crown, Germany have opted to favour the likes of Julian Draxler and Sebastian Rudy.

He might have bagged 14 times for the Premier League champions, but he still didn't do enough for a place in Russian Federation.

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"That was a very close decision between him and Julian Brandt, which was made in favor of Brandt", said Low.

The Manchester City midfielder, goalkeeper Bernd Leno, forward Nils Petersen and defender Jonathan Tah were the four players that failed to make the cut.

Germany are set to open their 2018 campaign against Mexico on June 17, before going on to face Sweden and South Korea in their other Group F fixtures.

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