After a relatively slow — for his standards — slow season with Bayern Munich, Serge Gnabry is looking forward to showing off his scoring touch with the German national team.
Gnabry, who registered 11 goals and seven assists in 38 games across all competitions, wants to prove that he can be counted on to be a part of the goal scoring solution for Germany.
“I want to score a goal in every game. That wouldn’t be bad,” Gnabry said during a spell with journalists (as captured by Bundesliga.com). “I want to score goals. I didn’t quite manage that like I’d imagined with Bayern last season, but this is a different stage, a different team. We’ve got no (Robert) Lewandowski or (Erling) Haaland in our team, but we have massive quality up front and on the wings.”
Indeed, Gnabry could be a player who Joachim Löw can count on to provide offense. In teaming with players like Thomas Müller, Leroy Sane, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, and others, Gnabry and company could offset the lack of a mega-scorer like a Lewandowski or a Haaland.