Men's Team

Cole Palmer one of eighteen City players called up for England duty

Cole Palmer one of eighteen City players called up for England duty
A remarkable eighteen Manchester City youngsters have been called up for England duty, with another three on standby.

Cole Palmer has been selected for England Under-21 duty, alongside Taylor Harwood-Bellis, James McAtee, Tommy Doyle, James Trafford and Luke Mbete, who are currently on loan at Burnley, Sheffield United, Bolton and Huddersfield Town respectively. 

Lee Carsley's side will take on Italy U21s and Germany U21s during the international break.


ENGLAND U21 SQUAD: Bursik, Griffiths, Trafford, Aarons, Colwill, Cresswell, Harwood-Bellis, Mbete, Sessegnon, Spence
Thomas, Doyle, Elliott, Gallagher, Gibbs-White, Garner, McAtee, Ramsey, Skipp, Balogun, Brewster, Gomes
Gordon, Lewis-Potter, Palmer

Finley Burns, Callum Doyle and Liam Delap have been named in the England Under-20s squad for their games against Chile, Morocco and Australia. 

Burns has impressed for the EDS this season, while Doyle and Delap are currently on loan at Coventry and Stoke, respectively. 

Rico Lewis is in the Under-20 squad, with Jadel Katongo on standby. 

Joel Ndala is in the Under-19 squad, fresh from his UEFA Youth League heroics on Wednesday. Joining him are City teammates Jacob Wright, Kane Taylor, Max Alleyne, Nico O'Reilly and True Grant

Ezra Carrington and Michael Okeke are on standby. 

And two City starlets - Lakyle Samuel and Justin Owbowadou - are in the Under-17 squad. 

Everyone at Manchester City would like wish our youngsters all the best on international duty!