Arsenal youngster Brooke Norton-Cuffy has been selected by England for the upcoming Under-20 World Cup in Argentina.
Across the two loan spells, he has made 41 appearances in the Championship so far and could add to that tally in the coming days when the Sky Blues face Middlesbrough in the play-off semi-finals.
As a result of his domestic commitments, Norton-Cuffy will join up with his England teammates slightly later than anticipated. He could even miss the group stage matches with Tunisia and Uruguay should Coventry make it to Wembley on 26 May.
Brooke is one of 16 players in the squad who helped England win the 2022 European Under-19 Championship.
Brazilian winger Marquinhos is also set to appear at the tournament. Signed last summer from Sao Paulo, the 20-year-old made his debut for the Gunners in the Europa League and then joined Norwich where he made 11 appearances.
Brazil are in a group with Italy, Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.
Academy goalkeeper Alexei Rojas has been included in Colombia’s squad.
The 17-year-old earnt his first cap at Under-20 level back in a friendly against Peru last December having previously played youth football for England and Russia.