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Germany 'In Talks' With English Youngster To Switch International Allegiance, His Brother Has Already Made The Change

Nasir Jabbar

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Germany 'In Talks' With English Youngster To Switch International Allegiance, His Brother Has Already Made The Change

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Germany are in talks with an English youngster over switching his international allegiance, with the player's brother already making the national change. 

​Gareth Southgate could have another Jamal Musiala​ case on his hands, with the DFB looking to secure an exciting English talent. 

Image: PA
Image: PA

Sport Bild​ via @iMiaSanMia claim the German board are in discussions with Felix Nmecha, brother of Lukas, to switch his international allegiance.

They're hoping Felix will represent Germany at under-21 level in March in view to becoming a senior national star.

Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

What's more, the 21-year-old wants to play for Germany and pursue a similar career to his brother.

The midfielder plied his trade at Manchester City before securing a move to Wolfsburg in 2021. 

Just like Lukas, who also played for Man City before eventually moving to Wolfsburg.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Felix, meanwhile, has appeared for England and Germany at youth level, playing for the Three Lions' under-16, 18 and 19 teams. 

He also represented Germany at under-18 level. 

As for Lukas, he represented England at under-16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 levels before turning out for the Germany under-21s. 

From there, the forward made his full Germany debut against Liechtenstein in 2021. ​​

​Hansi Flick will be hoping he can call upon Felix's services as well heading into the 2022 World Cup. 

Southgate appears to be in a losing battle over Felix, with the 51-year-old in line to lose another English starlet to the Germans. 

Topics: England, Germany, Football, Gareth Southgate

Nasir Jabbar
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