Spurs News: All Tottenham Hotspur players called for England’s youth teams in September
It is always a proud moment for any Spurs supporter to see one of Tottenham Hotspur’s own players represent their country on the international stage.
Youth teams at the international level deserve a fair bit of attention as well, considering they give a glimpse into the stars of tomorrow – perhaps the next Harry Kane or Harry Winks in the making.
Keeping this in mind, we summarise the Spurs players that have been called up by England in four separate age groups. Goalkeeper Luca Gunter, goalkeeper Alfie Dorrington, and forward Jamie Donley are all the Spurs starlets selected for Neil Ryan’s England U18 team.
They begin their mini-tournament this month with three games – against the Netherlands on Wednesday 21 September, the Faroe Islands on Friday 23 September and against Belgium on Monday 26 September.
They are set to play three games during the international break, against Chile, Morocco and Australia. Meanwhile, three senior Spurs stars feature in Lee Carsley’s 25-man squad at the U21 level for England.
Full-backs Ryan Sessegnon and Djed Spence make the cut, and so does 22-year-old midfielder Oliver Skipp. Out of the three, only Sessegnon has seen anywhere near meaningful action for the senior Spurs side this season.
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Spence has been on the sidelines far too often since signing for us from Middlesbrough this summer. Skipp, meanwhile, is yet to play a single minute but has returned from his injury to make the bench for us in the last four of our games in all competitions.