Twelve Nerazzurri players have been called up to their national teams to play in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers.
Marten de ROON with the Netherlands: the scheduled matches are Turkey-The Netherlands (24/3) in Istanbul, The Netherlands-Latvia (27/3) in Amsterdam and Gibraltar-The Netherlands (30/3) in Gibraltar.
Berat DJIMSITI with Albania: the scheduled matches are Andorra-Albania (25/3) in Andorra, Albania-England (28/3) in Tirana and San Marino-Albania (31/3) in San Marino.
Remo FREULER with Switzerland: the scheduled matches are Bulgaria-Switzerland (25/3) in Sofia, Switzerland-Lituania (28/3) in St Gallen and (friendly match) Switzerland-Finland (31/3) in St Gallen.
Robin GOSENS with Germany: the scheduled matches are Germany-Iceland (25/3) in Duisburg, Romania-Germany (28/3) in Bucarest and Germany-North Macedonia (31/3) in Duisburg.
Josip ILIČIĆ with Slovenia: the scheduled matches Slovenia-Croatia (24/3) in Lubiana, Russia-Slovenia (27/3) in Soči and Cyprus-Slovenia (30/3) in Nicosia.
Viktor KOVALENKO and Ruslan MALINOVSKYI with Ukraine: the scheduled matches are France-Ukraine (24/3) in Paris, Ukraine-Finland (28/3) in Kyiv and Ukraine-Kazakistan (31/3) in Kyiv.
Joakim MÆHLE with Denmark: the scheduled matches are Israel-Denmark (25/3) in Tel Aviv, Denmark-Moldavia (28/3) in Herning and Austria-Denmark (31/3) in Vienna.
Aleksej MIRANCHUK with Russia: the scheduled matches are Malta-Russia (24/3) in La Valletta, Russia-Slovenia (27/3) in Soči and Slovakia-Russia (30/3) in Trnava.
Mario PAŠALIĆ with Croatia: the scheduled matches are Slovenia-Croatia (24/3) in Lubiana, Croatia-Cyprus (27/3) in Rijeka and Croatia-Malta (30/3) in Rijeka.
Matteo PESSINA and Rafael TOLOI with Italy: the scheduled matches are Italy-Northern Ireland (25/3) in Parma, Bulgaria-Italy (28/3) in Sofia and Lituania-Italy (31/3) in Vilnius.