Daichi Kamada, Tuta and recent recruit Jesper Lindström have been involved with training since Monday afternoon, while Erik Durm and Sebastian Rode – who were previously working apart from the main group – are now also back in full training. Ajdin Hrustic has also returned, having been allowed a break after being on international duty with Australia. "We’re learning a lot very quickly – new formations, working with and without the ball and loads more besides. I think it’s great," the midfielder said after training.
Oliver Glasner certainly made his players work hard during a 105-minute session on Tuesday morning that involved a lot of ball work, high intensity and a variety of match situations – always focused on getting towards the goal. The coaching staff interspersed the exercises with light jogging to strike a balance between power and recuperation.
Irorere, Ndicka and Younes work individually
Things are progressing a little more slowly for the injured Almamy Toure and the recovering Martin Pecar. Felix Irorere, Evan Ndicka and Amin Younes also trained apart from the group in the catacombs of the Deutsche Bank Park.