Marcel Halstenberg made his full debut for the German national team on Friday night against England and Everton were reportedly keeping a close eye on him.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, the Toffees sent representatives to monitor Halstenberg as he made his international bow at senior level.

Halstenberg has been a consistently impressive performer for RB Leipzig this season and has helped the Bundesliga outfit to 2nd place in the German top flight with 11 games having been played.

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Everton were reportedly joined by a whole host of Premier League clubs in attendance at Wembley, as Halstenberg was scouted.

The Toffees appear to be lacking depth on the left-hand side of defence, and with Leighton Baines not getting any younger, securing the services of a left-back could be a wise move in the near future.

Halstenberg will look to continue his form with Leipzig in order to secure a place in Joachim Low’s World Cup squad next summer.

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