The Manchester United players that failed to make England’s squad for international duty

Manchester United players are omitted from England’s squad for international duty

The Manchester United players are omitted from England's squad for international duty

The England national men’s team has released their 25-man roster for their upcoming matches against Albania in 8 days and San Marino in 11 days. Gareth Southgate, the manager of England, has decided not to recall five Manchester United players to his squad.

Mason Greenwood has not been a member of the England squad in a long time. While on international duty, there was a controversy involving the 20-year-old youngster, which prompted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to meddle in his England future in an attempt to relieve some of the pressure on the youngster.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was called up for England service once but did not appear to make his debut then. He hasn’t been called back since.

Jadon Sancho is the most surprising because he constantly seems to perform when representing England. In fact, he had two assists in England’s last game.

Jesse Lingard is another player who has performed admirably for his country. However, due to a lack of appearances for Manchester United, he did not receive a call up to the English national team.

Dean Henderson has also been overlooked for a call-up, and like Lingard and Sancho, he has not appeared in enough games for Manchester United since the season began.

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