Germany coach Joachim Loew has yet to officially announce his squad for the international friendly against Sweden next week, but Loew has already confirmed that Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Mario Goetze and Mainz duo Andre Schuerrle and Lewis Holtby will take part in the game.
"They are definitely going to be included. All of them have played really, really well this season over a long period of time. I can imagine them making the step up to the very highest level internationally," said Loew to Bild.
"The plan is to give every single player in the squad a slice of the action. During the course of the game, those who don't start will come on.
"If I have the feeling that a player fits in with our philosophy, then I will call him up. That can happen even after a matter of weeks. Age does not come into it.
"The argument that you need to have two or three years of experience performing consistently well before you can be called into the national team does not apply with me."
Loew is expected to announce his full squad tomorrow. In addition to Goetze, Holtby, and Schuerrle, der Westen has reported that left back Marcel Schmelzer, Mats Hummels, and Kevin Grosskreutz will be in Loew's selection.