In the next eight days, as many as 16 Manchester United players could be in action for their countries. So to keep you in the know, I've rounded up the Reds who could feature for their country and probably keep an eye out for.
Dean Henderson, Harry Maguire, luke shaw, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford have all been called by Gareth Southgate, Mason Greenwood was part of the three lions' under 21 squad but had to pull out due to injury. Daniel james and and dylan lewitt will feature for wales while Scott Mctominay is among those selected by the Scottish team.
Donny van de beek is set to feature for the Netherlands national team while Paul Pogba and out of form striker Anthony martial are among those to feature for Didier Deschamp's France. In form playmaker bruno fernandes has been included in the Portuguese squad. Elsewhere, David deGea and victor lindelof will feature for spain and sweden respectively, Amad has earned his first senior call up from ivory coast alongside teammate eric bailly.
This international break seems a bit unusual because no south American will be in action so Alex telles and Edinson Cavani won't be in action. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions CONMEBOL suspended the upcoming fixtures.
Below are games to be played tonight.
Belgium Vs Wales.
Turkey Vs Netherlands.
France Vs Ukraine.
Portugal Vs Azerbaijan
So Daniel james, donny van de beek, paul Pogba, Anthony martial and bruno fernandes will be in action tonight.
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