Barcelona goalkeeper and Bayern defender Joachim Low have two major deficiencies as Arsenal boss Bernardo Leo
Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Sten and Munich's defender Jerome Boateng are the biggest names of the last team of Germany.
DFB Joachim Low has confirmed the League's last 24 members in 2018 due to a conflict with the Netherlands, which has friendly relations with Russia.
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has retained his place in the Premier League's excellent home form because of the absence of Tere Staigen, but in 2018 there was no team from Shkodran Mustafi to overcome his first cap.
Hockey player Mark Ut is part of a team in October and Juventus Emre is not selected for injury after surgery.
Steven Stephen does not solve the problem, but half of the "Bavaria" center claimed that Boateng was shot down after the discussion.
However, the name of the 30-year-old girl was born Twitter the absence of an international organization to help him relax.
"After talking to the coach of the national team, we came to a conclusion that after a difficult year in Munich, I would get two international tournaments," wrote Botag.
"I wish my team the greatest amount of support for Russia and the Netherlands!
The German Football Association (DFB) website says: "I talked to Jerome, and I'm sure he will benefit from the break.
"I have told him that he has alternative options, especially for young players, and that they can reach Jerome's level."
Boateng's team Serge Gnabri returned to France in two years after an impressive season for Bundesliga bosses.
Germany is currently on the bottom of the table of the League of the United Nations, which is behind France and the Netherlands, and can not go to the next finals.
However, they can avoid the B League's fears that the French defeat the Dutch and when they met on November 19th, Ronald Kamen was hit by a huge blow.
They play with friends four days ago in Russia on November 15.
Germany Complete Team:
Goalkeepers: Bernd Leno, Manuel Neuer, Kevin Trapp.
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Guardians: Mathias Ginter, Jonas Hector, Math Haimler, Tillo Carrer, Joshua Kimmich, Antonio Ruggier, Nico Schultz, Nicklas Seul, Jonathan Thah.
Semi-Federations: Julian Brandt, Julian Draxler, Serge Gnabri, Leon Goretska, Kai Gavrz, Tony Kroos, Marco Reus, Sebastian Rud, Leroy Sane.
Forwards: Thomas Mueller, Mark Ut, Timo Werner.