Timmy Chandler's agent denies USA international considering switch to German national team

The U.S. international will apparently stay with the Red, White and Blue.
Timmy Chandler will apparently remain a U.S. international after all.

Chandler's agent, Thomas Kroth, spoke to SI.com and allayed fears that the talented full-back was considering a switch to the German national team, a side he is still eligible to play for.

"I can tell you that Löw neither phoned nor met with Timmy," Kroth said. "Nothing has changed, nothing at all. He's still very happy to play for the (United States)."

Rumors were sparked earlier in the week when former USA player Tony Sanneh tweeted that Chandler was in fact thinking about switching to the German national team, and that head coach Joachim Low was set to meet with the 21-year-old.

Chandler has made four appearances for the U.S. men's national team, but not in a competitive fixture so a move to the German side remains a possibility, though Kroth's words appear to have put the speculation to bed.