It’s not good to be in your thirties and be a German footballer right now. After Andre Scharrle (29 years) and Benedikt Huwedes (32 years), it is now Sandro Wagner (32 years) who announced his retirement as a player. After the termination of his contract for personal reasons in the Chinese club Tianjin TEDA, the former Bayern striker said it in Bild Plus sports
The man with eight caps with the team and a career in the Bundesliga at clubs such as Werder Bremen, TSG Hoffenheim or Bayern Munich has not, however, drawn a line on the world of football. Indeed, he has affirmed his desire to pass coaching diplomas. In his professional career, he compiled 303 games and 80 goals. Ghanasportspage.com wishes him better luck in his coaching career.