Aidy Boothroyd Names His England U21 Squad
England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd has today named his 26-man squad to face Romania at Wolves' Molineux on Saturday 24 March in the Cyrille Regis International and the Euro qualifier with Ukraine at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane on Tuesday 27 March.
'It's been a good start to our new Euro campaign,' Boothroyd told the official FA website ahead of his squad's meet-up at St. George`s Park next week.
'We've got 13 points from the five games, a five-point lead at the top of our group and after analysing all of those games from different areas, we still think we could be better, so that's a real positive.
'We'll now be working hard to make sure we keep improving on our games so far and we've got two matches this month against Romania and Ukraine to try and do that.'
England U21 squad
Angus Gunn - Norwich City (loan from Manchester City)
Dean Henderson - Shrewsbury Town (loan from Manchester United)
Freddie Woodman - Aberdeen (loan from Newcastle United)
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
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
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
No real surprises.