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All you need to know about Man United players on international duty

Clubs all around the world have bid farewell to their best players as March’s international break sees a host of global qualifying fixtures go ahead.

Ahead of this month’s international fixtures, Manchester United have seen 14 first-team players called up to represent their countries.

Which players have been called up?

England

Dean Henderson – Goalkeeper
Harry Maguire – Defender
Luke Shaw – Defender
Marcus Rashford – Forward

England Under-21s

Mason Greenwood – Forward (recently withdrew through injury)

France

Paul Pogba – Midfielder
Anthony Martial – Forward

Scotland

Scott McTominay – Midfielder

Holland

Donny van de Beek – Midfielder

Portugal

Bruno Fernandes – Midfielder

Spain

David De Gea – Goalkeeper

Ivory Coast

Eric Bailly – Defender
Amad Diallo – Forward

Sweden

Victor Lindelof – Defender

What are each country’s fixtures?

England – World Cup Qualifiers

San Marino (H), Albania (A), Poland (H)

France – World Cup Qualifiers 

Ukraine (H), Kazakhstan (A), Bosnia and Herzegovina (A)

Scotland – World Cup Qualifiers

Austria (H), Israel (A), Faroe Islands (H)

Holland – World Cup Qualifiers

Turkey (A), Latvia (H), Gibraltar (A)

Portugal – World Cup Qualifiers

Azerbaijan (H), Serbia (A), Luxembourg (A)

Spain – World Cup Qualifiers

Greece (H), Georgia (A), Kosovo (H)

Ivory Coast – Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers

Greece (H), Georgia (A), Kosovo (H)

Sweden – World Cup Qualifiers

Georgia (H), Kosovo (A), Estonia (H)

Who has missed out?

Edinson Cavani (Uruguay) and left-back Alex Telles (Brazil), both of whom are regular internationals, have not been included in March’s fixtures due to South America’s World Cup qualifying fixtures being postponed.

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