Kimmich is one of the biggest talents of the past decade, claims Germany coach Low

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The Germany and Bayern Munich defender has established himself as a key figure over the past 12 months

Germany boss Joachim Low believes Joshua Kimmich is destined for greatness and has hailed the Bayern Munich man's desire.

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Kimmich made his Germany debut in May 2016 and has since developed into a key figure for the reigning world champions.

He has not missed a single minute for Germany since featuring from the start in the Euro 2016 Group C encounter with Northern Ireland and Low has nothing but praise for the versatile 22-year-old.

"Joshua is one of the biggest talents I have seen over the past 10 years or so," Low told ZDF.

"He has a certain hunger and desire, he wants to be on top of his game in every single training session.

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"I think he can have a huge career."

Kimmich is expected to start for Germany in their Confederations Cup opener against Australia on Monday.

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