Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer to remain as Germany's first-choice goalkeeper
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Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer to remain as Germany's first-choice goalkeeper

Germany national team head coach Joachim Low has revealed that he will be keeping Manuel Neuer has his first-choice goalkeeper.

Low also handed Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Nadiem Amiri his first-ever call-up ahead of games against Argentina and Estonia.

The tactician further revealed that Barcelona keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen will feature friendly against Argentina in Dortmund on Wednesday and Neuer will be expected to return to his spot against Estonia four days later.

''We can all be happy that we have two world-class goalkeepers in Manuel Neuer and Marc-Andre ter Stegen," Low said via Sports Illustrated.

''I have absolutely no worries over this position, and we also know what (reserve goalkeepers) Kevin Trapp and Bernd Leno can do.

''I have said several times already that Manuel Neuer is our captain and No. 1 with a view to the European Championship, as long as nothing extraordinary happens."

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