Uduokhai's invitation to Joachim Low's latest squad comes as a blow to Nigeria who was aiming to secure his commitment.
The 23-year-old, who was born to a Nigerian father and a German mother in the European country, has featured across Germany youth level with appearances for the U19, U20 and U21 teams.
The centre-back joined Heiko Herrlich's side permanently from Wolfsburg this summer after impressing on loan last campaign.
Germany will take on the Czech Republic in a friendly match in Leipzig next Wednesday before resuming their Uefa Nations League campaign against Ukraine and Spain, on November 14 and 17, respectively.
Joachim #Löw has named Germany his squad for the upcoming international break! 🇩🇪— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) November 6, 2020
ℹ️ Neuer, Ginter, Gnabry, Goretzka, Kimmich, Kroos, Sané and Werner are only available for the Nations League games.#DieMannschaft #GERCZE #GERUKR #ESPGER pic.twitter.com/hjwCoppPYY
Uduokhai is another talent lost by the West African country after they missed the chance to lure Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka to Gernot Rohr’s team.
Despite these recent disappointments, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is reportedly planning to convince PSV teenage sensation Noni Madueke to dump England and pledge his international allegiance to the three-time African champions.
Madueke,18, has scored four goals with two assists in seven Eredivisie games this season.