Jadon Sancho named in England U19 squad
By Joe Shread
Last Updated: 02/11/17 12:53pm
England U19s have announced their squad for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers, with Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho receiving his first call-up.
Sancho was part of the U17 side that recently won the World Cup, although he was recalled by Dortmund before the knockout stages of the tournament.
The former Manchester City winger scored three times in three group games before returning to Germany, and has now been rewarded for his form with a promotion to Keith Downing's U19 side.
Other notable inclusions in the squad include Eddie Nketiah, the Arsenal striker who scored twice on his home debut against Norwich in October, and his Gunners team-mate Reiss Nelson.
Fulham left-back Ryan Sessegnon, who has interested Manchester United and Tottenham in the past, makes the squad.
He is joined by Chelsea attacking midfielder Mason Mount, who is currently on loan at Vitesse Arnhem and was named by France Football as one of their twelve 'new monsters' predicted to dominate the sport in the near future.
England will play the Faroe Islands and Iceland at home, before travelling to play Bulgaria in their final match. They are the reigning European champions, having won last season's tournament in Georgia.
As well as the U19 side, England's U17s and U20s have also announced their latest squads.
The U17s have named a totally new squad for their friendlies against Portugal, Russia and Germany from the one that won the World Cup in India last month.
Several of the victorious squad have been rested, while some are now too old to be considered for the next tournament cycle.
The U20s have included Reece Oxford in their squad for the match against Germany. The West Ham defender is on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach, but only made his debut as an 89th-minute substitute away to Hoffenheim on Saturday.
Like the U17 and U19 sides, the U20s are also defending a title, after they won the U20 World Cup last season.
Ellery Balcombe - Brentford
Ryan Schofield - Huddersfield Town
Jake Turner - Bolton Wanderers
Trevoh Chalobah - Chelsea
Morgan Feeney - Everton
Reece James - Chelsea
Japhet Tanganga - Tottenham Hotspur
Josh Tymon - Stoke City
Dennis Adeniran - Everton
Flynn Downes - Ipswich Town
Elliot Embleton - Sunderland
Mason Mount - Vitesse Arnhem (loan from Chelsea)
Ryan Sessegnon - Fulham
Dujon Sterling - Chelsea
Marcus Tavernier - Middlesbrough
Joe Willock - Arsenal
Ben Brereton - Nottingham Forest
George Hirst - Sheffield Wednesday
Reiss Nelson - Arsenal
Edward Nketiah - Arsenal
Jadon Sancho - Borussia Dortmund
Marcus Dewhurst - Sheffield United
Arthur Okonkwo - Arsenal
Harry Seaden - Southend United
Faustino Anjorin - Chelsea
Luis Binks - Tottenham Hotspur
Max Broughton - Bolton Wanderers
Vontae Daley Campbell - Arsenal
Ethan Laird - Manchester United
Elijah Dixon-Bonner - Liverpool
Tommy Doyle - Manchester City
Jimmy Garner - Manchester United
Mason Greenwood - Manchester United
Curtis Jones - Liverpool
Clinton Mola - Chelsea
Tareq Shihab - Brighton & Hove Albion
Louie Sibley - Derby County
Arvin Appiah - Nottingham Forest
Bobby Duncan Manchester City
Luis Longstaff - Liverpool
Jack Nolan - Reading
Rayhaan Tulloch - West Bromwich Albion
Aaron Ramsdale - AFC Bournemouth
Nathan Trott - West Ham United
Callum Brittain - MK Dons
Jay DaSilva - Charlton Athletic (loan from Chelsea)
Lloyd Kelly - Bristol City
Ezri Konsa - Charlton Athletic
Reece Oxford - Borussia Monchengladbach (loan from West Ham)
Easah Suliman - Aston Villa
Harvey Barnes - Barnsley (loan from Leicester City)
Josh DaSilva - Arsenal
Adetayo Edun - Fulham
Sam Field - West Bromwich Albion
Connor Mahoney - AFC Bournemouth
Isaac Buckley-Ricketts - FC Twente (loan from Manchester City)
Marcus Edwards - Tottenham Hotspur
Stephy Mavididi - Preston North End (loan from Arsenal)
Ike Ugbo - Barnsley (loan from Chelsea)
Chris Willock - Benfica