German player, Lukas Podolski will bow out after partaking in the Euro tournament in France 2016. The Galatasaray right man striker has played for the German team for more than a decade now and now set to retire, especially with the competitive talents that are available for the German team.
The 30-year old forward made his debut for Germany in 2004 and has 127 caps under his belt. This current European campaign would be his fourth for the German team. The forward was part of the German wining team that disgraced hosts, Brazil to lift the world Cup in Rio de Janeiro. He only played during the group stages and has not had a starting position since Euro 2012 due to his poor run.
The German told Daily Bild: “The European Championships will be the last major tournament for me. I have already achieved my main goal of winning the World Cup. No one can take that away from me.” Continue reading LUKAS PODOLSKI: I’M OUT AFTER EURO 2016