Germany's first-choice goalkeeper has been at the Bundesliga's most successful club, Bayern Munich, since 2011. He made his Bundesliga debut as a 20-year-old with Schalke in 2006,
The German goalkeeper, who came up through the Schalke academy, has a long list of achievements to his name, including Bundesliga titles with Bayern Munich, the 2014 World Cup, and being named Philip Lahm's successor as captain of the national team.
After they failed to win for the third successive game, Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac had some sharp words for his side. Following the 1-1 draw with Ajax, Kovac wants his men to start doing the simple things again.
Germany return to action following their World Cup humiliation with their Nations League debut against world champions France. They'll be out to show that sticking with coach Joachim Löw was the right decision.
Germany's clash with Saudi Arabia is Jogi Löw's final chance to tweak his team before the World Cup kicks off in Russia next week. DW outlines the three most pressing issues he needs to resolve before boarding the plane.
Joachim Löw confirmed his final 23-man squad for the 2018 Football World Cup. Manuel Neuer travels to Russia as Germany's first-choice goalkeeper while Bernd Leno, Jonathan Tah, Leroy Sané and Nils Petersen are left out.
With Manuel Neuer looking certain to be on the plane to Russia, the main choice facing Joachim Löw is whether to take Nils Petersen or Mario Gomez as back-up striker. DW's Michael Da Silva expects Gomez to get the nod.
With just over two weeks left until they open their World Cup defense, several questions still hang over Germany's squad. Manuel Neuer must prove his fitness against Austria while Joachim Löw has tough choices to make.
It's the seventh day of training camp in South Tyrol and the Germany team had to move: non-stop rain had flooded the stadium in Eppan, so coach Joachim Löw and his squad had to move to a smaller pitch. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was with the team, but his fitness is still a concern for the coaching staff.