Chelsea, Man City and Spurs dominate England youth

Date published: Thursday 15th March 2018 12:43

England have named their Under-18, Under-19, Under-20 and Under-21 squads and they are dominated by Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.

Manchester United have just one representative – goalkeeper Dean Henderson who is on loan at Shewsbury Town.

Chelsea and Manchester City have contested the last five FA Youth Cup finals and both have reached the semi-finals of the Uefa Youth League, Chelsea beating Real Madrid and City triumphing over Steven Gerrard’s Liverpool.

Everton are also well represented with six players in the four squads.

 

Representatives from the top six Premier League sides are as follows:

Chelsea 12
Manchester City 10
Tottenham 9
Arsenal 5
Liverpool 4
Manchester United 1

 

England’s Under-18 squad to face Qatar, Argentina and Belarus:

Goalkeepers 
Curtis Anderson – Manchester City
Josef Bursik – Stoke City
William Crellin – Fleetwood Town

Defenders
Timothy Eyoma – Tottenham Hotspur
Lewis Gibson – Everton
Marc Guehi – Chelsea
Joel Latibeaudiere – Manchester City
Brooklyn Lyons-Foster – Tottenham Hotspur
Steven Sessegnon – Fulham
Adam Wilson – Newcastle United

Midfielders
Conor Gallagher – Chelsea
George McEachran – Chelsea
Felix Nmecha – Manchester City
Tashan Oakley-Boothe – Tottenham Hotspur
Oliver Skipp – Tottenham Hotspur
Callum Wright – Leicester City

Forwards 
Morgan Gibbs-White – Wolverhampton Wanderers
Callum Hudson-Odoi – Chelsea
Danny Loader – Reading
Ian Poveda-Ocampo – Manchester City

 

England’s Under-19 squad to face Hungary, Latvia and Macedonia:


Goalkeepers

Ellery Balcombe – Brentford
Jamie Cumming – Chelsea

Defenders
Trevoh Chalobah – Chelsea
Edward Francis – Manchester City
Reece James – Chelsea
Dujon Sterling – Chelsea
Japhet Tanganga – Tottenham Hotspur
Ben Wilmot – Stevenage

Midfielders
Flynn Downes – Luton Town (loan from Ipswich Town)
Elliot Embleton – Sunderland
Adam Lewis – Liverpool
Mason Mount – Vitesse Arnhem (loan from Chelsea)
Tristan Nydam – Ipswich Town
Joe Willock – Arsenal

Forwards
Ben Brereton – Nottingham Forest
Phil Foden – Manchester City
George Hirst – Sheffield Wednesday
Reiss Nelson – Arsenal
Edward Nketiah – Arsenal
Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund

 

England’s Under-20 squad to face Poland and Portugal:

Goalkeepers
Will Huffer – Leeds United
Nathan Trott – West Ham United

Defenders
Callum Brittain – MK Dons
Darnell Johnson – Leicester City
Ezri Konsa – Charlton Athletic
Lloyd Kelly – Bristol City
Easah Suliman – Grimsby Town (loan from Aston Villa)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Crystal Palace

Midfielders
Harvey Barnes – Leicester City
Isaac Buckley-Ricketts – Oxford United (loan from Manchester City)
Josh Dasilva – Arsenal
Tayo Edun – Fulham
Sam Field – West Bromwich Albion
Callum O’Hare – Aston Villa

Forwards
Keinan Davis – Aston Villa
Marcus Edwards – Norwich City (loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
Lukas Nmecha – Manchester City
Josh Sims – Southampton
Chris Willock – Benfica

 

England’s Under-21 squad to face Romania and Ukraine:

Goalkeepers
Angus Gunn – Norwich City (loan from Manchester City)
Dean Henderson – Shrewsbury Town (loan from Manchester United)
Freddie Woodman – Aberdeen (loan from Newcastle United)

Defenders
Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool
Ben Chilwell – Leicester City
Jake Clarke-Salter – Sunderland (loan from Chelsea)
Dael Fry – Middlesbrough
Mason Holgate – Everton
Jonjoe Kenny – Everton
Ryan Sessegnon – Fulham
Fikayo Tomori – Hull City (loan from Chelsea)
Kyle Walker-Peters – Tottenham Hotspur
Joe Worrall – Nottingham Forest

Midfielders
Tom Davies – Everton
Kieran Dowell – Nottingham Forest (loan from Everton)
Ovie Ejaria – Sunderland (loan from Liverpool)
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – Arsenal
Josh Onomah – Aston Villa (loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
Harry Winks – Tottenham Hotspur

Forwards
Tammy Abraham – Swansea City (loan from Chelsea)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Everton
Demarai Gray – Leicester City
Jack Harrison – Middlesbrough (loan from Manchester City)
Ademola Lookman – RB Leipzig (loan from Everton)
James Maddison – Norwich City
Dominic Solanke – Liverpool

 

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