Kroos arrives at Germany camp, special training after coronavirus

Toni Kroos has arrived at Germany’s Euro training camp but will undergo an individual regime after a positive coronavirus test before joining team training.

Real Madrid midfielder Kroos joined the camp late Sunday after completing a 14-day quarantine at home and providing a negative test for the Sars-CoV-2 virus.

Kroos, 31, will undergo various medical tests and coach Joachim Loew hopes that the individual training will make him fit for Germany’s first match at the Euros on June 15 against world champions France.

Germany’s 26-player squad is not complete as the four players from the Champions League final are not due to arrive on Thursday, the Chelsea trio of Antonio Ruediger, Timo Werner and match-winner Kai Havertz, and Manchester City’s Ilkay Guendogan.

Germany play a first tune-up game on Wednesday against Denmark and a second one on June 7 against Latvia.

Their group stage opponents apart from France are title holders Portugal and Hungary, with all three games in Munich.

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