Who’s on Germany’s aircraft for 2022?

Germany is among the favorites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and with good reason.

Die Mannschaft will be looking to make amends this winter after a string of underwhelming tournament performances since their 2014 title.

The question is, who of these 26 players should they pick? So, let’s find out…
Julian Weigl, number 26.
Weigl’s performance with Borussia Monchengladbach has been outstanding. Due to Germany’s relative dearth of defensive midfielders, he might serve as a useful backup to Kimmich, Goretzka, and Gundogan.

25 Mats Hummels

After a less-than-stellar 2021-22 campaign, Hummels is starting to regain some of his forms. Cutting thethe cut wouldn’t be out of the question for him.
Benjamin Henrichs, Number 24
The right-backpack back is frequently included in matchday teams since he is an important reserve player in the event of an injury to the starting lineup.

  1. Matthias Ginter
    For SC Freiburg, Ginter has regained his form. He is a solid defender who can play either center or right for Flick, thus he will almost probably bring him to Qatar.
    Lukas Nmecha, Number 22.
    The guy from Wolfsburg must be called up since he is Germany‘s only true number nine.
    Number 21: Thilo Kehrer

Kehrer is receiving the consistent playing time he has been craving since joining West Ham. Even though he didn’t play much in the Nations League, he’ll receive some playing time at the World Cup, including a start against England.
Robin Gosens, Count Twenty
Currently, Inter’s starting left wingback, but possibly Germany’s winter backup.
To the 19th place, Lukas Klostermann

After the number 18, Kevin Trapp
To which Kevin Trapp responds:
A third-place finish for Trapp Visuals by Boris Streubel/Getty Images
Trapp has been on a roll as of late. The third-string goalie position should be all but assured for him.

Number Seventeen: Marco Reus
We’ll call him Marco Reus.
Soccrates Images/Getty Images Reus will be on the roster if he can stay healthy.
I’ve hurt hurthurt again right now. His fitness level for the World Cup is looking good. If so, he would be part of the team.

No. 16: Jonas Hofmann
English: Jonas Hofmann Hofmann played against England / Marvin Ibo Guengoer – GES Sportfoto/GettyImages
Hofmann’s emergence as a star player for Gladbach in recent months has been one of the season’s biggest shocks. At the World Cup, he may raise a ruckus.

Timo Werner, No. 15
Chelsea’s Timo Werner-Werner has departed; he’s signed with GES. Sport foto/GettyImages
After a horrible time at Chelsea, his confidence has yet to recover. If Germany wants to win the tournament, he needs to step up his game.

Exhibit 14: David Raum
Boris Streubel/Getty Images Ilkay Guendogan and David Raum impress
Ever since he joined RB Leipzig, Raum has been the team’s starting left defender.

A.13. Nico Schlotterbeck
Niko Schlotterbeck
Boris Streubel/Getty Images Schlotterbeck, a promising promise.
Schlotterbeck is vying with teammate Süle for a spot in the starting lineup alongside Rüdiger.

Gnabry, Serge, number 12
On his day, Serge Gnabry Gnabry can win any game. / Boris Streubel/Getty Images
The Bayern star is known as one of the DFB’s most controversial players. For months, he’s been woefully unprepared for either the club or the national team. Still, the possibility that Flick would exclude him is remote.

Eleventh, Leroy Sané
Vital contributors include Ilkay Guendogan, Timo Werner, Leroy Sane, and David Raum Sane / Marvin Ibo Guengoer – GES. Sport foto/GettyImages
Sané’s performances tend to swing from brilliant one week to forgettable the next; Germany will be looking for a more brilliant showing from him in Qatar.

No. 10: Marc-Andre ter Stegen
Defender Marc-Andre ter Stegen
The runner-up in Germany’s eyes Credit: GK / Boris Streubel/Getty Images
He has now become Neuer’s backup. The Barça goalkeeper proved he can be relied on at any occasion by starting against Hungary and England.

Niklas Süle, No. 9
Image by Michael Regan/Getty Images; Niklas Sule Sule must maintain his fitness.
In that case, Süle should take the field. In his day, the rear wall was solid as a brick.

To number eight, we have Kai Havertz
The goal scored by Kai Havertz Havertz versus England was assisted by Marvin Ibo Guengoer of GES. Sport foto/GettyImages
Since there isn’t a top-tier forward on the team, Havertz will likely start in that role.

Number Seven: Ilkay Gundogan
Itay Gundogan
Continuously reliable / Shaun Botterill/Getty Images
Every national team would benefit from having a player like Gundogan on their roster.

To number six, we have Jamal Musiala.
Jamal Musiala.
Musiala is an exciting young talent / Marvin Ibo Guengoer – GES Sportfoto/GettyImages
The brightest young talent in Germany. Qatar is at risk for an outbreak of musiala.

Goretzka, Leon 5.
Goretzka, Leon
Excellent work by Goretzka / BSR Agency/Getty Images
Goretzka is gradually making his way back to peak physical condition after undergoing knee surgery in the summer. His chemistry with Kimmich is magical when he’s at full strength.

The Fourth Tom Müller
Muller, Thomas
Game-winning shot by: James Gill,Dane houseDanehouse/Getty Images
Even if the space explorer hasn’t been playing well this season, he is still crucial to Germany’s chances of winning.

Thirdly, Antony Rüdiger
Antonio Ruediger>
Alex Grimm/Getty Images for Real Madrid currently features Rüdiger on his roster.
Germany’s primary defender, Rüdiger is a top performer in his position and among the finest in the world.

Second, I would want to introduce you to Joshua Kimmich.
Kimmich is a world-class player / Marvin Ibo Guengoer – GES; Jude Bellingham; Joshua Kimmich Sportfoto/GettyImages
The 2022 World Cup might be Joshua Kimmich’s big break. In the middle of the field, he dominates.

Manual Neuer, No. 1
Neuer, Manuel
Neuer remains a top contender / BSR Agency/Getty Images
Neuer, the starting goalkeeper and team captain, hopes to win his second World Cup this winter.