All eyes were on the Bundesliga when the tournament returned, with attention paid to six young players from the United Kingdom.
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: “If the Bundesliga is the only tournament in the world that is broadcast on television, I think we will have billions of spectators.”
Understandably when in England, fans are interested in the players of this country playing in the Bundesliga and will have the opportunity to prove his scratch at the weekend.
Jadon Sancho, 20 years old (Borussia Dortmund)
Sancho has affirmed his reputation as one of Europe’s most exciting talents since arriving in 2017.
The British star is going through the best season of his career with 14 goals and 16 assists after 23 games. Sancho is the key to Dortmund’s hope to win the championship with Bayern.
Jonjoe Kenny, 23 years old (Schalke)
The England right-back has frequently played since being loaned from Everton last summer. In 23 matches, he scored 1 goal and made 3 assists.
Kenny thrived under German coach David Wagner, where he became a fan favorite when helping Schalke qualify for the European Cup.
Ademola Lookman, 22 years old (RB Leipzig)
Lookman has somewhat impressed at Leipzig with a loan from Everton. However, the German team has no intention of spending £ 22.5 million to buy after the player has only participated in the Bundesliga 6 times.
Ethan Ampadu, 19 years old (RB Leipzig)
The versatile player is unlikely to be in the field due to a persistent back injury since February. This is also one reason why the Welsh player has only entered the field three times from the bench in the Bundesliga this season.
Rabbi Matondo, 19 years old (Schalke)
The winger left City in January last year for a fee of £ 11 million. He has made 12 appearances this season, including 8 starting games and scoring a goal. Fans will be waiting to see Matondo’s speed and mischief.
Reece Oxford, 21 years old (Augsburg)
A promising player at West Ham, Oxford plays a defensive midfielder or a center-back but rarely plays. This year 21, he hopes to have the opportunity to play wrong when the season comes back.