Schweinsteiger is one of 27 names in Low's preliminary squad, which must be whittled down to 23 by the end of the month.

FULL SQUAD

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Defenders: Mustafi, Hector, Howedes, Hummels, Can, Rudiger, Boateng, Rudy
Midfielders/ Forwards: Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Ozil, Schurrle, Podolski, Reus, Muller, Draxler, Kroos, Gotze, Bellarabi, Gomez, Brandt, Sane, Weigl, Kimmich

WHO'S MISSED OUT?

The talent on offer to Joachim Low means there are no glaring omissions, though any of Marcel Schmelzer, Matthias Ginter, Kevin Großkreutz and Jonathan Tah could be aggrieved to miss out.
But this is more about who's in, than who's out.
Schweinsteiger, the captain, has started only 13 Premier League games this season and has not appeared at all since March 20.
However, the 31-year-old has 114 caps for Germany and is an essential part of the squad after having replaced Philipp Lahm as captain following the victorious 2014 World Cup.
Podolski, 30, made his international breakthrough alongside Schweinsteiger at Euro 2004 and has 48 goals in 127 caps.
He only appeared for 192 minutes in qualifying but holds onto his place after scoring 12 goals in 29 league appearances for Galatasaray this season.

Pep Guardiola hält viel von Joshua Kimmich

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OLIVER KAHN:

Bastian is always very important for the team, even if he is not playing. He is important for the atmosphere and for the leading within team. He did not play more or less in the second round of the season, so it will be very difficult for him to get fit at the point. It’s a herculean task and it’s difficult also for Joachim Löw to take a final decision.

WILDCARD MOVE...

One of the most notable selections is that of 21-year-old Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich, who in his first season at the club made 15 Bundesliga starts.
Kimmich has not won a single cap for Germany but is included along with fellow new boys Julian Brandt and Julian Weigl.

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June 21: Northern Ireland vs Germany (Eurio 2016, Group C)

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