DFB star Younes once again in turmoil
After his failed winter transfer to Naples, the German international Amin Younes is back in Amsterdam with negative headlines.
The German international Amin Younes is once again making headlines – not sporty – but negative.
The national coach Joachim Löw is unlikely to like them.
After his broken winter transfer to the SSC Naples, which was already breaking high waves at that time, the wing car from Ajax Amsterdam now refused to take his place in the 4-1 win over SC Heerenveen in the Dutch Eredivisie.
“I wanted to reward Amin for his last performance and the training work, but just before the whistle, he felt it was no longer absolutely necessary,”Ajax coach Erik ten Hag told the TV station Fox Sports.
Younes’ disrespectful attitude towards his team and coach will have consequences, as ten Haag pointed out:”Of course I am the boss and I wanted him to come in. I’ll talk to him about it. I think he has to go in if I want to. But he thought it was unnecessary.”
It is doubtful whether the DFB star has really done himself a favour.
In the current season, the 24-year-old has already lost his regular place and so far has only made 18 appearances (three goals, three goals) for Ajax. In the pre-season there were still 20 scorer points in 48 games.
On the other hand, Younes is losing more and more of his chances to go to Russia with the German national team for the 2018 World Cup.
Though Löw is a big fan of the lively tempo dribbler. But first of all, the competition in the DFB Elf’s offensive is already big enough. And secondly, in such an important and long tournament, team chemistry and calm in the team is one of the most important things.
Younes is not collecting any advantages for this.