By Andrew Hyslop
- Fourteen United players will be in action over the International Break
- Find out when and where they will be in action
Over the International break, fourteen Manchester United will be in action for their countries. Here at Sir Alex Ferguson Way we bring you details of when and where they’ll be in action.
Fifteen were originally called up for International duty in the coming weeks. That was reduced to fourteen when Phil Jones picked up an injury in training.
Phil Jones withdrawal from the England squad leaves four reds in the England squad. With Luke Shaw, Chris Smalling, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford looking to add to their caps.
Full-back Matteo Darmian is with the Italian squad. Darmian is a key figure in the Italian national team despite not being a regular starter for United this term.
Ander Herrera and David De Gea are part of a Spanish that would have come up against Paul Pogba and France but injury forced Pogba to withdraw from the France squad.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has become a key figure of the United squad and he will captain Armenian during the break.
Daley Blind has joined up with the Dutch national team despite being forced off with a head injury against FC Rostov. While Marouane Fellaini will join up with the Belgium national squad.
In South America, both Sergio Romero and Marcos Rojo will be in action with Argentina and Antonio Valencia with Ecuador.
Eric Bailly will be in action for the Ivory Coast after representing his country at the recent African Cup Of Nations.
Wednesday March 22
Germany v England (Shaw, Smalling, Lingard, Rashford)
Thursday March 23
Paraguay v Ecuador (Valencia)
Argentina v Chile (Romero, Rojo)
Friday March 24
Ivory Coast v Russia (Bailly)
Spain v Israel (De Gea, Herrera)
Italy v Albania (Darmian)
Saturday March 25
Bulgaria v Netherlands (Blind)
Belgium v Greece (Fellaini)
Sunday March 26
Armenia v Kazakhstan (Mkhitaryan)
England v Lithuania (Shaw, Smalling, Lingard, Rashford)
Monday March 27
Ivory Coast v Senegal (Bailly)
Tuesday March 28
Ecuador v Colombia (Valencia)
Bolivia v Argentina (Romero, Rojo)
Netherlands v Italy (Blind: Darmian)
France v Spain (De Gea, Herrera)
Russia v Belgium (Fellaini)