‘Koeman follows Gosens with great interest, Orange can still hope’

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There is still a chance that Robin Gosens will play for the Dutch national team. The left back of Atalanta, who plays against Paris Saint-Germain in the quarterfinals of the Champions League on Wednesday evening, is in the picture with Ronald Koeman and German national coach Joachim Löw.


Without the corona crisis, Gosens would probably have already made his debut for Die Mannschaft, you know The Telegraph. Löw had wanted to call up Gosens, the son of a Dutch father and German mother, for the exhibition match against Italy that was to be played at the end of March. However, the game was canceled due to the corona outbreak, which means that the Dutch also have a chance.

The morning paper writes that Ronald Koeman, elected member of the Dutch national team, is still following Gosens with great interest. After all, he can also represent Orange with a Dutch passport. However, there is a greater chance that Löw will be the winner and will have access to the back in the next international period, who played in the Netherlands for a long time. International matches will be played again at the beginning of September.

Gosens was active in our country for FC Dordrecht and Heracles Almelo and was also under contract with Vitesse between 2012 and 2015, for which he did not play a minute. In 2017 he left Heracles and moved to Atalanta, where he has been causing a furore for some time now.

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