Manchester United Mason Greenwood has passed his first England U21s call.
The person on strike Greenwood completed his United debut against Paris Saint-Germain in March and has acted as extra in all league games this year for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
The 17-years-old has named beside companion youths in Manchester City’s Phil Foden, Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson, Tottenham’s Oliver Skipp, and Wolves’ Morgan Gibbs-White – all of who have played in the Premier League this year.
Young Lions travel to Turkey on 6 September earlier holding Kosovo in Hull 3 days later in their initial Euro 2021 finalists.
Head trainer Boothroyd said: “I’m very eager by this fresh group of troupes, and it’s truly positive to see various of them have been playing consistent football in the Premier League already this operation.
“The new English troupes we see frequently playing in the Premier League, the better so totally the England trainers are truly happy about that.”
The group has remained refurbished following a poor Euro 2019 match where they were knocked out at the group stage, and just three players from that match have resumed – Nelson, Foden, and Gibbs-White.
Burnley’s Dwight McNeil, Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale, and Max Aarons and Norwich pair Todd Cantwell are the further standout names, with Reece James Lloyd Kelly missing out due to injury.
Even though the group has a different feel, there is plenty of age-grade experience, by only Evaluation midfielder Omar Richards next into the England set-up for the very first time.
Boothroyd sustained: “It was continuously a fascinating and busy camp when we originated together for the very first time ahead of a new operation.
“For sure our main priority is trouper enlargement and getting them prepared for the older side.
“It’s been mainly pretty to see three of the troupes that remained with us at the Euros this summer be named up into Gareth Southgate’s group and we’ll work with each individual in this squad to give them the chance of doing the same.”
England U21 squad: Steven Sessegnon (Fulham), Ellery Balcombe (Brentford), Omar Richards (Reading), Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth), on loan from West Ham); Max Aarons (Norwich), Rhian Brewster (Liverpool), Eddie Nketiah (Leeds, on loan from Arsenal), Trevoh Chalobah (Huddersfield, on loan from Chelsea), Ben Godfrey (Norwich), Marc Guehi (Chelsea), James Justin (Leicester), Jonathan Panzo (Monaco), Ben Wilmot (Swansea, on loan from Watford); Todd Cantwell (Norwich), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Morgan Gibbs-White (Wolves), Nathan Trott (AFC Wimbledon, Dwight McNeil (Burnley), Oliver Skipp (Tottenham), Joe Willock (Arsenal); Mason Greenwood (Manchester United), Reiss Nelson (Arsenal), Tom Davies (Everton).