S04 travel to training camp with 28 players

The Royal Blues travelled to their training camp on Sunday (29/07). FC Schalke 04 will make a stop on their way to the holiday region of the Upper Tauern National Park and will face Domenico Tedesco’s former club FC Erzgebirge Aue at 15:00 CET. The team will then travel on to the Austrian town of Mittersill.

Salif Sane und Amine Harit

The travelling squad comprises of 28 players, including Niklas Wiemann and Benjamin Goller. Both talents had already travelled with the team to China at the start of July.

Benedikt Höwedes will not be an option since the central defender is holding transfer talks.

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