The former national team boss believes Joachim Low still has time left in his role, despite their recent 6-0 defeat by Spain.
Klopp is currently at his peak at Anfield, having led the Reds to the Premier League title last season and while Germany are currently teetering 6-0. Spanish, Voller doesn’t predict changes any time soon.
Indeed, he said that Joachim Low, who has led the national team since 2006, remains the man for the job, despite the harsh criticism of his recent performances.
“I’m sure Jogi Low can still do it for a while, but at some point Jurgen Klopp will,” he said. Sky90.
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One of the reasons Low is currently under fire is for his attitude towards Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels, the trio he frozen from the national team.
Voller, meanwhile, indicated that he does not consider the three players essential to the functioning of a strong team.
“You have to be open to saying: ‘What makes sense?’ But I don’t think the three of them are necessary, ”he said.
Germany finished second in Nations League Group A4 but managed only to win their two matches in pool.
Indeed, they had entered their final game with Spain as group leaders only to be blown away Seville, with Ferran Torres bagging a hat-trick for the hosts. Germany, meanwhile, missed a single shot on target and only posted 30 percent of ball possession.
Such results have come from poor performances at the 2018 World Cup Russia, Germany failed to get past the group stage for the first time in the modern era.
He has overseen 189 games for Germany and has claimed 120 wins with just 31 defeats, for a winning percentage of 63.49.