Manchester United stars are in action over the next week for the first international break of the season. 13 of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will be hoping to add to their international appearances, many of them in European Qualifiers.
Gareth Southgate’s men are in action for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo, hoping to continue their 100% record in the group so far. The 49-year-old has called up centre-back Harry Maguire, midfielder Jesse Lingard and forward Marcus Rashford in his squad, and originally called-up Aaron Wan-Bissaka only for the youngster to withdraw due to injury.
Scotland have called-up midfielder Scott McTominay for their games against Russia and Belgium, with the youngster hoping to add to the 9 appearances he has already made for his country. Fellow midfielder Nemanja Matic will be hoping he can edge closer to his 50th cap for Serbia, as they take on Portugal and Lithuania.
Argentina have called-up Marcos Rojo for their friendlies with Chile and Mexico, with the defender now one of his country’s more experienced stars. Despite his limited game time with United, Rojo has managed 59 caps for his country.
David De Gea will be hoping to help Spain in their Euro qualifiers, with games against Romania and the Faroe Islands coming up, and Victor Lindelof is back in Sweden’s squad for their upcoming games against the Faroe Islands and Norway.
United legend Ryan Giggs has picked two Reds in his Wales squad for their games against Azerbaijan and Belarus, with Daniel James and Dylan Levitt called-up, the latter could be in line for his senior international debut.
Meanwhile, Angel Gomes has moved up to the England U20s, while Mason Greenwood has been called-up to the U21 squad. Similarly, Tahith Chong, who made his debut for the U21s in a defeat to Germany last November, could feature once again for Netherland’s U21 side.