Low insisted he will not be changing his team’s system or style of play between now and the World Cup and that he expects Khedira to step in without missing a beat.
“He has a great deal of potential and is a player who has already been given a lot of responsibility at Stuttgart. He also shows that he has matured,” Low told reporters.
Khedira showed signs of being a natural leader early on in his career. In 2007, he helped Stuttgart capture its first Bundesliga crown in 15 years. He was only 20-years-old.
His résumé appears to have the skills and experience necessary to take over the second central midfield spot alongside Bastian Scheweinsteiger of Bayern.