Monday, December 6

Havertz, Tah and ter Stegen not in training

On Tuesday afternoon, after the corona excitement, the German national team completed their first team training in Wolfsburg – without a quartet.

Kai Havertz on Monday upon arrival in Wolfsburg.

Kai Havertz on Monday upon arrival in Wolfsburg.

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Jonathan Tah (Leverkusen), who was nominated on Monday, and substitute goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen (Barcelona) were missing for reasons of stress control, Kai Havertz (Chelsea) had to pass because he was hit. And Kevin Volland, who was invited at short notice on Tuesday, is not expected until Tuesday evening after his arrival from Monaco.

Maximilian Arnold and Ridle Baku from Wolfsburg, who were also nominated by national coach Hansi Flick on Tuesday, were part of the group of 20 who participated in the afternoon session in the shadow of the Wolfsburg AOK stadium. Her appeal was a reaction to Niklas Süle’s positive corona test, which resulted in a total of five players having to leave.

Tah, on the other hand, was nominated early, according to DFB director Oliver Bierhoff, because Freiburg’s Nico Schlotterbeck (muscular problems on the left thigh) national coach Hansi Flick in the last two World Cup qualifiers against Liechtenstein (Thursday, 8.45 p.m.) and in Armenia (Sunday, 18 Clock, both LIVE! At kicker) is not available. Florian Wirtz (muscular problems in the hip flexor) cannot participate either.

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