International week schedule
No fewer than 12 of Paris Saint-Germain's senior squad have teamed up with their countries this week - check out who's where.
ALPHONSE AREOLA/PRESNEL KIMPEMBE/KYLIAN MBAPPÉ - FRANCE
The Paris trio will take their first steps in the UEFA Nations League with the world champions' opening two games. First up, they face the country they replaced on top of world football, Germany, at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Thursday (kick-off 20:45CEST) with Areola set to pick up his first cap. Three days later, the Netherlands will be the visitors to the Stade de France.
THILO KEHRER/JULIAN DRAXLER - GERMANY
The duo will face their French teammates on Thursday. Kehrer, called up to the senior squad for the first time, could make his debut, before Joachim Löw's men face Peru in a friendly in Sinsheim on Sunday.
THOMAS MEUNIER - BELGIUM
There are two matches for Meunier. The Red Devils go to Glasgow to play Scotland in friendly on Friday (kick-off 20:45CEST) before travelling to Reykjavik to face Iceland four days later in the UEFA Nations League.
MARQUINHOS/THIAGO SILVA/NEYMAR JR - BRAZIL
There are two matches in the USA for the Seleçao trio. The home nation will be their opponents at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, (kick-off 19:30 local) on Friday before they take on El Salvador at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, four days later (kick-off 20:00 local)
TIMOTHY WEAH - USA
Timothy Weah will be part of the USMNT facing the Brazilians before they come up against neighbours Mexico in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday (kick-off 19:30 local).
ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING - CAMEROON
Africa Cup of Nations 2019 qualifiers for Paris' Indomitable Lion. After a 1-0 win over Morocco, their second Group B encounter sees them take on Comoros on Saturday at the Stade International Saïd Mohamed Cheikh in Mitsamiouli (kick-off 14:00 local).
CHRISTOPHER NKUNKU - FRANCE UNDER-21
Les Bleuets continue their pursuit of a place at the 2019 UEFA Under-21 EURO. Top of Group 9 with a 100% record after seven games, they now face Bulgaria in Stara Zagora on Friday (18:00 local) and then Luxembourg in Strasbourg four days later (20:45 CEST).