BLAISE MATUIDI, YOHAN CABAYE AND LUCAS DIGNE (France)
Already in Brazil in June to take part in the World Cup, the Paris trio of Lucas Digne, Blaise Matuidi and Yohan Cabaye were back with Les Bleus, called up by Didier Deschamps to take on Spain on 4 September at the Stade de France and Serbia on 7 September in Belgrade.

DAVID LUIZ AND MARQUINHOS (Brazil)
Two Parisians have been named in the first squad to be named by new Brazil coach Carlos Dunga. The two defenders David Luiz and Marquinhos have been named in the 21-player squad to take on Colombia and Ecuador for friendly matches on 5 and 9 September.

MARCO VERRATTI AND SALVATORE SIRIGU (Italy)
It's a first for Italy as well as Antonio Conte makes his international coaching debut with La Squadra Azzurra. The new coach has called up Parisian pair Salvatore Sirigu and Marco Verratti to take on the Netherlands, including a certain... Gregory van der Wiel on 4 September in a friendly in Bari, before tackling Norway in Oslo on 9 September in their opening qualifier for Euro 2016.

GREGORY VAN DER WIEL (Netherlands)
Gregory van der Wiel is back in the Dutch national team. After missing the World Cup with injury, the Paris defender is back in Oranje to play against Italy in a friendly in Bari, before a trip to Prague on 9 September for a first Euro 2016 qualifier.

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC (Sweden)
Following his stunning return to Ligue 1 action last weekend and his hat-trick against Saint-Etienne, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was called up to the Sweden national team. Erik Hamren's men take on Estonia on 4 September, before a Euro 2016 qualifier against Austria on 8 September.

EDINSON CAVANI (Uruguay)
El Matador is heading back to Asia! Edinson Cavani has been called up by Uruguay national team coach Oscar Tabarez to play Japan on 5 September before travelling to Seoul to take on Korea Republic on 8 September.

SERGE AURIER (Côte d’Ivoire)
New Paris defender Serge Aurier travels with the Côte d’Ivoire for two important qualifiers for the CAN 2015, against Sierra Leone and Cameroon, on 6 and 10 September.