Germany Invites Kevin Schade For Friendlies

The National Team of Germany are currently she’s of Nigeria in the race to secure the international allegiance of teenage sensation Kevin Schade NPFL Updates reports.

Born on 27 November, 2001 in Potsdam Germany, to a Nigerian father and German mother, Schade is eligible to represent both Nigeria and Germany at international levels.

The Nigeria Football Federation was reported to have been monitoring the progress of the youngster since when he was in Germany.

But the federation will now find it a herculean task in securing the allegiance of the sensation. Because, it seems he has chosen Germany over Nigeria.

The lucrative utility player, has represented Germany at different youth levels, in the U-19, U-20 and more recently in the U-21 where he netted four times in five games.

And he has been invited to the senior national team of Germany on 17 March 2023 by Coach, Hansi Flick.

He could feature in the upcoming international friendly games against Peru (25 March) and Belgium (28 March).

His club, Brentford FC confirmed the invitation on their official website.

Schade honours Germany call-up

“Kevin Schade has been called up to the Senior Germany for the first time,” Brentford confirmed.

“The Brentford forward could feature in Germany’s friendlies against Peru(25 March) and Belgium (28 March).”

Read also: Madueke Scores First England U-21 Goal

The 21-year-old is expected to arrive the German camp and join his teammates latest on Monday as preparation starts.

Schade joined Brentford on loan from Freiburg last January transfer window with an option to make deal permanent.

He has made eight league appearances with one assist and no single goal in the English Premier League division.

In his breakout season at Freiburg, Schade made his debut in August 2021. He managed to score 5 goals in over 20 appearnces for the German outfit.

He helped them reach a 6th finish on the German finish in 2021/2022 season.

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