After André Schürrle and Benedikt Höwedes, Sandro Wagner, another ex-international, has ended his career.
“I am incredibly grateful that football has given me a wonderful life. I have been able to achieve all of my goals and dreams,” said the 32-year-old in the image.
The striker, who surprisingly canceled his contract in China last week, won three championship titles with FC Bayern and in the national jersey the European Under-21 Championship and the Confederations Cup. “I was particularly proud to wear the national jersey,” stressed Wagner.
Wagner, the loud image Because of the termination of the contract at his club Tianjin Teda, which was suspended for six months, interest from the Bundesliga had also sparked in the past few days. “I was really happy about the many calls from Bundesliga clubs and from abroad in the past few days, but my decision has been made.”
Wagner wants to be a coach
Wagner leaves the football stage without resentment. “I really enjoyed the long journey and just want to thank you: Thanks to all my coaches and teammates. Thanks to all fans. We have the best stadiums and the best fans in the world in Germany!”
The attacker wants to stay true to football, he is planning a career as a coach. “In September I will start my trainer training in a special DFB course. My plan is to start in the trainer area next summer. I am now taking a year off and enjoying the time with my family that I would like to thank most For the fact that she was always there for me – even though I could not always be with my wife and children during my professional career. “