Gunners trio named in England U21 squad


Bukayo Saka, Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah have been called up to the end England U21 squad for the upcoming games against Kosovo and Austria.

Former Gunner, Josh da Silva – now at Brentford – has also been named in Aidy Boothroyd’s panel.

There is travel involved for the Arsenal men ahead of the new season, with the game against Kosovo taking place in Pristina on September 4th, before a trip to Ried im Innkreis on September 8th.

The Premier League season begins on September 12th with a trip to Fulham. Good luck to all involved.

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Yes! Go on lads. ?????????????????????


I am eagerly waiting for International friendlies!


Masterstroke from FIFA. they are more entertaining and most importantly more competitive than the second group phase of the champions league


And we all love them so much


Surprised that Joe Willock is left out?

Guendouzi Oueddei

And Smith-Rowe. He was doing great on loan. He probably played more minutes than Nelson and Nketiah since January.


Wonder if they will have to self isolate upon their return?

Runcorn Gooner

International sports people exempt


I’m glad that Josh Dasilva is getting some recognition, and is also included in the squad. He should still be at Arsenal as far as I’m concerned.


No Willock?


Three Maskateers ?


Congratulations & good luck guys.

Cygans Parting

I’m surprised that Joe hasn’t made the squad. Josh Da Silva has been brilliant for Brentford every time I’ve watched them on t.v. looks like he’s currently got Joe’s spot in the 21s. I thought he looked decent when playing for our under 23s and 18s. Good to see him doing so well.

Dave cee

Not really surprised Joe doesn’t make the squad

Mhizta Ralph

Congrats to Eddie and Nelson. But what more could SAKA do to deserve a call-up to the national team?
Hoping he now chooses his country of allegiance to Nigeria. He deserves to be a star in his national team!
We know you deserved it, Bukayo Saka, screw NORTHGATE

Dave cee

Oh ffs hide your allegiance a little bit. Saka is 18, he has plenty of time to make a decision and play full international games. Just let the guy develop.