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Published 06 September 2023 1 min read

England men's squad updates: September internationals

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England Communications

Find out all of the latest updates across our England men's squads for the September internationals


11am BST, Wednesday 6 September

Bashir Humphreys has received his first call-up to the England men's under-21s squad.

The defender, currently on loan at Swansea City from Chelsea, was initially called up to an MU20s training camp but will now join Lee Carsley’s squad as they prepare for their first 2025 UEFA U21 EURO qualifier away in Luxembourg on Monday 11 September 2023.

Humphreys’ maiden call follows the withdrawal of Jarrad Branthwaite (Everton) and Aaron Ramsey (Burnley) due to injuries sustained prior to camp.

7pm BST, Monday 4 September

Jack Grealish and Trent Alexander-Arnold have been ruled out of England’s September fixtures.

The pair reported to St. George’s Park on Monday but have since withdrawn from the Three Lions squad following checks on injuries sustained prior to camp.

All other players are due as planned apart from Kieran Trippier who will arrive on Wednesday owing to a personal commitment.

There are no further call ups planned as Gareth Southgate’s squad prepare for Saturday’s UEFA EURO 2024 against Ukraine in Wroclaw and Tuesday’s 150th Anniversary Heritage Match with Scotland in Glasgow.

4pm BST, Monday 4 September

Imari Samuels of Brighton & Hove Albion, Zachariah Awe of Southampton and Charlie Webster of Heerenveen have been added to the England MU20s squad for their training camp this week, with Ronnie Edwards (Peterborough United) also withdrawing.

9am BST, Monday 4 September

Ben Nelson of Leicester City has joined the England MU20s squad for a training camp at St. George's Park, to replace Jarell Quansah, who has withdrawn.

Sunday 3 September

Sam Proctor (Aston Villa) and Lewis Orford (West Ham United) have been called into the England MU18s squad for their three games in Limoges, replacing Elyh Harrison (Manchester United) and  Joel Ndala (Manchester City) who have withdrawn.