Arsenal playmaker Mesut Özil is expected to be fit for Germany’s Euro 2016 qualification clash against Poland on Friday according to Reuters.
The 26-year-old is also expected to feature in Germany’s encounter with Scotland on Tuesday.
“Mesut has knee problems,” Germany assistant coach Thomas Schneider told reporters.
“A minor inflammation. He will not be training today but will exclusively be treated for the injury.”
“But tomorrow he will be undergoing an individual training session and we will see until the game. There is no prognosis yet from me but we have the best medical department and I am confident we will get him ready.”
Germany are second in group D with 13 points in six games. The 2014 World Cup winners have won their last three group games.
The 26-year-old missed Arsenal’s clash with Newcastle due to a knee injury he sustained during training earlier this week. The Germany international missed three months of football last season with a knee injury .
Özil joins Jack Wilshere, Danny Welbeck, Per Mertesacker and Tomas Rosicky on the sidelines for Arsenal.
The World Cup winner had started in all of Arsenal’s games this season until picking up his injury.