As usual, an array of Bundesliga stars have jetted across to globe to link up with their national teams during the current international break.

Accordingly, bundesliga.com has compiled a handy overview of who from your club is where...

FC Bayern München  

Germany: Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller, Mario Götze

Spain: Thiago

Poland: Robert Lewandowski

Austria: David Alaba

Brazil: Douglas Costa

Chile: Arturo Vidal

France: Kingsley Coman

Morocco: Medhi Benatia

Borussia Dortmund  

Germany: Mats Hummels, Matthias Ginter, Marco Reus

Switzerland: Roman Bürki

Turkey: Nuri Sahin

Poland: Lukasz Piszczek

Greece: Sokratis Papastathopoulos

Armenia: Henrikh Mkhityryan

Japan: Shinji Kagawa

South Korea: Joo-Ho Park

Colombia: Adrian Ramos

Gabon: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

USA: Christian Pulisic

Hertha Berlin  

Norway: Per Skjelbred, Rune Jarstein

Japan: Genki Haraguchi

Czech Republic: Vladimir Darida

USA: John Anthony Brooks

Switzerland: Fabian Lustenberger

Cote d'Ivoire: Salomon Kalou

FC Schalke 04  

The Netherlands: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Denmark: Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Sead Kolasinac

Morocco: Younes Behanda

Austria: Alessandro Schöpf

Borussia Mönchengladbach  

Switzerland: Yann Sommer, Granit Xhaka, Nico Elvedi

Norway: Havard Nordtveit

Denmark: Andreas Christensen

Austria: Martin Hinteregger

Guinea: Ibrahima Traore

Belgium: Thorgan Hazard

USA: Fabian Johnson (fitness permitting)

Bayer 04 Leverkusen  

Germany: Christoph Kramer, Bernd Leno, Jonathan Tah, Karim Bellarabi

Switzerland: Admir Mehmedi

Turkey: Hakan Calhanoglu

Mexico: Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez

Australia: Robbie Kruse

1. FSV Mainz 05  

Austria: Julian Baumgartlinger

Turkey: Yunus Malli

VfL Wolfsburg  

Germany: Andre Schürrle, Julian Draxler

Switzerland: Ricardo Rodriguez

Peru: Carlos Ascues

Brazil: Luiz Gustavo

Portugal: Vieirinha

1. FC Köln  

Germany: Jonas Hector

Albania: Mergim Mavraj

Slovakia: Dusan Svento

Serbia: Filip Mladenovic

FC Ingolstadt 04  

Austria: Ramazan Özcan, Markus Suttner, Lukas Hinterseer

Cameroon: Marvin Matip

Norway: Örjan Nyland

Australia: Matthew Leckie

Israel: Almog Cohen

Paraguay: Dario Lezcano

VfB Stuttgart  

Austria: Florian Klein, Martin Harnik

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Toni Sunjic

Poland: Przemyslaw Tyton

Cote d'Ivoire: Geoffrey Serey Die

Serbia: Filip Kostic

Ukraine: Artem Kravets

Australia: Mitchell Langerak

Hamburger SV  

Japan: Gotoku Sakai

Latvia: Artjoms Rudnevs

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Emir Spahic

Sweden: Albin Ekdal

SV Darmstadt 98  

Austria: György Garics

Costa Rica: Junior Diaz

SV Werder Bremen  

Denmark: Jannik Vestergaard

Peru: Claudio Pizarro

Czech Republic: Theodor Gebre Selassie

Austria: Zlatko Junuzovic

FC Augsburg  

Switzerland: Marwin Hitz

South Korea: Jeong-Ho Hong, Ja-Choel Koo

Estonia: Ragnar Klavan

Greece: Konstantinos Stafylidis

Paraguay: Raul Bobadilla

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim  

Germany: Sebastian Rudy, Kevin Volland

Switzerland: Fabian Schär

Czech Republic: Pavel Kaderabek

South Korea: Jin-Su Kim

Bosnia-Herzegovina: Ermin Bicakcic

Chile: Eduardo Vargas

Eintracht Frankfurt  

Austria: Heinz Lindner

Switzerland: Haris Seferovic

Japan: Makoto Hasebe

Peru: Carlos Zambrano

Cote d'Ivoire: Constant Djakpa

Mexico: Marco Fabian

Finland: Lukas Hradecky

Hannover 96  

Japan: Hiroshi Kiyotake, Hiroki Sakai, Hotaru Yamaguchi

Poland: Artur Sobiech

Hungary: Adam Szalai

Albania: Valmir Sulejmani

This article will be regularly updated.

Last update: Tuesday, 22 March