Berlin – According to reports, Borussia Dortmund’s 17-year-old forward Youssefah Mokoko has been included in Germany’s first team. world cup.
Union Berlin midfielder Rani Khedira, Borussia Mönchengladbach defender Luka Nietzsche and Werder Bremen forward Nicolas Flickrug – who is joint top scorer in the Bundesliga with eight goals – have all made coach Hansi Flick’s initial list, according to the German tabloid. ballad said Tuesday.
The national team coaches must submit their selection of up to 55 players by October 21 to ensure their eligibility for the tournament, which starts on November 20. Any players not included in the preliminary selections will not participate in Qatar.
Mokoko has scored four goals and set up three more in 10 Bundesliga games for Dortmund so far this season. Khedira, the younger brother of 2014 World Cup winner Sami Khedira, has started every Bundesliga game for the association and contributed to the regular club. surprisingly led the table. The 19-year-old Nitz is seen as a promising prospect for the future.
Flick has been urged to include Folkerg in the final squad as the Bremen striker’s strong physical presence creates opportunities for teammates. The 29-year-old Volkrog has eight goals and three assists in the Bundesliga so far.
ballad Only 44 names were reported. It is unclear whether Flake had included others. The German coach will announce his final 26-man squad on November 10 and did not want to reveal his initial selection.
Germany will play their last match against Oman on November 16. The four-time champions play Japan in Group E, Spain on November 23 and Costa Rica on December 1.