Manchester City will have a total of 16 first-team players, alongside a long list of youth stars, representing their nations during the September international break.
Following the conclusion of the opening four Premier League matches acting as the start of Manchester City’s Premier League title defence, attentions now turn to a selection of international friendlies and European Championship qualifiers among other competitions.
As part of an extensive list of international fixtures, Gareth Southgate’s England side and their Manchester City stars take on Ukraine and Scotland in a European Championship qualifier and international friendly respectively.
City’s new stars in the Croatia national team also embark on two matches of their own, both of which are in European Championship competition, taking on Latvia and Armenia across the next two weeks.
Following the international break, Manchester City take on an additional two competitions added to their hectic Premier League schedule, as a clash against Red Star Belgrade at the Etihad Stadium in the Champions League and a trip to St. James’ Park in the Carabao Cup third round await before the month of September is up.
City will be hoping to maintain their perfect 100 per cent winning record in the Premier League for longer, as stand-in club captain Kyle Walker issued a bold demand to his teammates of running away with the league title this season, as opposed to chasing competitors.
Ahead of the start of the September international break, the first of the ongoing season, here are all of the Manchester City players chosen to represent their countries!
England: Kyle Walker, Kalvin Phillips, Phil Foden
England U21: Rico Lewis, Callum Doyle (On-loan at Leicester City), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (On-loan at Southampton), Josh Wilson-Esbrand (On-loan at Stade de Reims), James McAtee (On-loan at Sheffield United), Liam Delap (On-loan at Hull City)
England U20: Jadel Katongo (On-loan at Peterborough United)
England U19: True Grant, Max Alleyne, Ezra Carrington
England U18: Joel Ndala, Justin Oboavwoduo, Lakyle Samuel
England U17: Spike Brits, Leke Drake, Kian Noble, Femi Fapetu, Luca Fletcher
Switzerland: Manuel Akanji
Netherlands: Nathan Ake
Portugal: Ruben Dias, Joao Cancelo (On-loan at FC Barcelona), Bernardo Silva
Croatia: Josko Gvardiol, Mateo Kovacic
Belgium: Jeremy Doku
Argentina: Julian Alvarez
Norway: Erling Haaland
Norway U21: Oscar Bobb
Full coverage of Manchester City’s stars in international action across the next two weeks will be available on City Xtra‘s official social media channels!
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