Marco Reus, Julian Brandt and Nico Schulz have all been named in the Germany squad for the upcoming international fixtures against Belarus (08/06) and Estonia (11/06). A further 11 Black & Yellows have been called up by their countries too.

The Bundesliga season is over and now it's time for the next international fixtures! There will be three Black & Yellows in the Germany squad for the upcoming matches against Belarus and Estonia: coach Joachim Löw has called up BVB captain Marco Reus plus the new signings Julian Brandt and Nico Schulz.

Another player who will represent Germany – albeit the U21s at the European Championship in Italy – is Mahmoud Dahoud. The 23-year-old is in Stefan Kuntz's squad for the games against Denmark, Serbia and Austria.

Witsel and new signing Hazard both called up for Belgium

New signing Thorgan Hazard is another set for international action this summer. The third arrival will feature for Belgium alongside fellow BVB man Axel Witsel as the "Red Devils" take on Kazakhstan and Scotland. Meanwhile, Thomas Delaney will represent Denmark against Ireland and Georgia, while fellow Dane Jacob Bruun Larsen will feature against Germany, Austria and Serbia at the U21 European Championship. Fellow youngster Jadon Sancho has received a call-up too: the 19-year-old has been called up to the England squad to face the Netherlands by coach Gareth Southgate.

BVB vs. BVB as Guerreiro faces Akanji

Two Black & Yellows might even play against each other in the Nations League clash between Portugal and Switzerland, Raphael Guerreiro for the former and Manuel Akanji for the latter. Elsewhere, there could be another Black & Yellow involved at the Africa Cup of Nations: Achraf Hakimi has been included in the provisional Morocco squad for the matches against Namibia, Ivory Coast and South Africa.

In addition, Dan-Axel Zagadou will represent France at the U20 World Cup, while Sergio Gomez has been called up by Spain to play at the U19 World Cup.