Sami Khedira missed training on Sunday because of a thigh muscle injury but should be fit to play in Germany's World Cup semi-final against Spain on Wednesday, dpa reported.
German football federation spokesman Harald Stenger told a press conference Sunday the VfB Stuttgart player was seeing team doctors and should resume light training on Monday.
Khedira sustained the injury during Saturday's classy 4-0 quarter- final rout of Argentina.
Stenger said Cacau is also nursing a problem, but it was not immediately clear if the forward was still suffering from a stomach muscle strain which sidelined him for most of the week.
Striker Miroslav Klose, the two-goal hero on Saturday in his 100th international, told the day's news conference that his team also had the class to beat Spain in a rematch of the Euro 2008 final which was won 1-0 by the Iberians.
"Spain is better than England and Argentina, no question. They are not unbeatable and we will try to expose their weaknesses ... We are better than 2008 and want to show that on the pitch," said Klose.