The Bundesliga champions' head coach is impressed with the quality of players available for the national side and feels Joachim Low has some tough calls to make ahead of Euro 2012Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp believes Germany boss Joachim Low has a few difficult decisions to make ahead of next year's European Championships in Poland and Ukraine because of the abundance of talent at his disposal in the national side.
Germany are one of three teams - Spain and Netherlands being the other two - that have won all of their qualification games for Euro 2012 so far, and Klopp has stressed that any team that wants to win the trophy next year will have to beat the Germans first.
"Germany have never had so many top talents before. It's absolute madness that we have so many great young players. The coach [Joachim Low] has some incredibly difficult decisions to make," Klopp was quoted as saying by Bild.
"Germany are one of the favourites to win Euro 2012. Any team that wants to win the tournament, will have to deal with Germany first.
"And it's up to us to beat Spain. They are there for the taking!"
Germany are currently preparing for their last game of the Euro 2012 qualification campaign at home against Belgium on Tuesday.