What's on for le gym's internationals?
Seven first-team squad members will be representing their nation's during the current international break.
Kasper Dolberg, Denmark
Back in form and fit again for the run-in, the Denmark forward has been called up by his country.
First up is a trip to Israël (25 March), then a home game with Moldova (28 March), and another trip, this time to Austria (31 March) as the Scandinavian nation get their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign underway.
A. Gouiri & A. Claude-Maurice, France U21
The duo are part of the France U21 squad taking part in the U21 EURO final tournament group stage co-hosted by Hungary and Slovenia.
► France – Denmark (25 March)
► Russia - France (28)
► Iceland France (31).
Les Bleuets will play all their games in Hungary and will look to reach the knockout stages, which will be played from 31 May.
Jordan Lotomba & Dan Ndoye, Switzerland U21
The Swiss duo are also at the U21 EURO.
The Nati face England (25 March), Croatia (28) and Portugal (31), playing all their games in Slovenia.
Flavius Daniliuc, Austria U21
Austria haven't qualified for the U21 EURO, but the Nice centre-back is still in action.
Two friendlies staged in Spain are on the agenda: versus Saudi Arabia (27 March) and Poland (29).
Khephren Thuram, France U20
The Crédit Agricole Aiglon of the Nice – Marseille match, the Nice midfielder has been called up to France's U20 squad.
Jean-Luc Vannuchi's young squad have a training camp at the national training centre at Clairefontaine from 23 to 28 March, and will play Ligue 2 side Le Havre in a friendly on the 27th.