Mat Hummels has not given up on the idea of playing for Germany again.

According to beIN.com, he very receptive to the idea of donning his national team jersey of his country needs him.

Germany manager Joachim Low recently told Bayern Munich trio, Jerome Boateng, Thomas Muller, and Mat Hummels, that they were being retired.

That is to say, Low was no longer considering them for international duty.

Low’s strategy is to start building the German national side for the future and calling on players that will see the team through to the next world cup and beyond.

HUmmels said:

“If I’m allowed to put on the Germany shirt again at some point, I would not resist it.”

“I do not have that option at the moment.”

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“I will use the international break for other purposes.”

“But I’ll be playing for a few more years, so let’s just see what happens.”

Hummels returned to Borussia Dortmund from Bayern Munich during the transfer window. It was rumoured to be a 38 million Euro move back to where it all began for him.

It was back when Hummels was with Dortmund that they were able to break the Bayern stranglehold on German domestic football.

Hummels went on to say, he learned of an extreme winning mentality in his time in Munich, and he hopes to share that with Dortmund.

He said:

“It has to be acknowledged that the winning mentality in Munich is not the worst, as can be seen for more than 40 years.”

“However different the cultures of the clubs are.”

“It must be my goal to bring this attitude even more in Dortmund now.”

DUESSELDORF, GERMANY – AUGUST 09: Mats Julian Hummels of Borussia Dortmund controls the ball during the DFB Cup first round match between KFC Uerdingen and Borussia Dortmund at Merkur Spiel-Arena on August 09, 2019 in Duesseldorf, Germany. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Bongarts/Getty Images)

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