National player Robin Gosens is getting closer to his comeback. Actually, the year 2021 was over for me, but as it currently looks, I’ll be able to come back much faster if there are no more setbacks. Sport1 podcast and added: “I’m in the last phase of my rehab.”
Gosens had torn a partial tendon in his thigh at the end of September.
“That was really tough, but I got over it quickly,” said the 27-year-old, who thanked national coach Hansi Flick for his support: “Hansi always made me feel good and gave me the feeling that despite the injury, I felt good I am an important part of the team. That made me very happy and has carried me through my rehab so far. “
Flick was “very sorry for Gosens’ injury,” he added: “I was in contact with him after my injury. At that time, he wished me every success in rehab and kept asking about me until the end, and I’m fine.”
Gosens has big goals for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. “If we can take current developments with us in the new year, then we have the potential to play for the title in Qatar,” said Gosens.