Marc-André ter Stegen is reportedly in line to start in goal in place of Manuel Neuer when Germany face North Macedonia in a World Cup qualifier on Wednesday.
|Marc-André ter Stegen.||Photo: Кирилл Венедиктов/Soccer.ru/CC-by-SA 3.0|
Germany coach Joachim Löw is planning to hand a rare start to Marc-André ter Stegen against North Macedonia on Wednesday, according to Bild.
Manuel Neuer is fully expected to start against Romania tonight, but is reportedly set to be given a break in mid-week.
Per the report, Löw wants to rest his captain against North Macedonia and let ter Stegen play in his place. Neuer could even travel back to Munich ahead of schedule.
Ter Stegen last featured for Germany in a 6-1 victory over Northern Ireland in November 2019.