March 2024 International Break

England Squad Announced

A vast number of players in the Premier League have been called up by their countries for the latest international break. Here, we take a look at all the players that have been called up from all twenty top-flight clubs.

The 2023/24 Premier League season so far has captured the imagination of football fans from across the country and the world. And, as we enter the final few weeks of the current campaign, as many as three world-class teams, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City, are fighting for the Premier League title.

Meanwhile, the likes of Aston Villa, Spurs and Manchester United are all battling each other for a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League. Talking of European football, as many as 7 teams have a real chance of making it into the top seven, from West Ham United in seventh place to Marco Silva’s Fulham in 12th place. The West London outfit are currently, as of the time of writing, just six points adrift of David Moyes’ Hammers in 7th place.

The relegation battle looks bleak for Sheffield United and Burnley, but Nottingham Forest, Luton Town, Everton, Brentford, and Crystal Palace are all still in danger of finding themselves in the bottom three come the end of the current campaign. The team highest in the table named here, Crystal Palace, is just 8 points above the drop with 10 games left to play for the Eagles.

Games in hand will come into play for the fates of all 20 clubs, but for this weekend, there will not be a single Premier League game with the current March international break now very much underway. A number of players from England’s top flight have been called up by their respective national teams for the upcoming international matches, and here we will take a look at the players from all 20 clubs that have been handed a call-up. This will be in alphabetical order, starting with Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.


Starting with Arsenal, as many as 13 players have been called up for their respective countries, from Ukraine to Estonia. The Gunners players who have been included in their nation’s squad for the latest international break can be seen below.

Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ukraine), Jakub Kiwior (Poland), Karl Hein (Estonia), Gabriel (Brazil), Aaron Ramsdale (England), Declan Rice (England), Bukayo Saka (England), William Saliba (France), Leandro Trossard (Belgium), David Raya (Spain), Jorginho (Italy), Martin Odegaard (Norway) and Kai Havertz (Germany).

Aston Villa

Next up is Unai Emery’s Aston Villa, and a total of 11 of their players have been handed places in their respective international squads for fixtures that are set to be played over the course of the next week or so. Below are the Villa players that could be representing their nations over the course of the next few days.

Ollie Watkins (England), Ezri Konsa (England), Douglas Luiz (Brazil), Youri Tielemans (Belgium), John McGinn (Scotland), Moussa Diaby (France), Emiliano Martinez (Argentina), Nicolo Zaniolo (Italy), Matty Cash (Poland), Robin Olsen (Sweden),  Joe Gauci (Australia) and Morgan Rogers (England Under 21s).

AFC Bournemouth

We now move on to Andoni Iraola’s Bournemouth, who are set to have no shortage of players from their squad out on international duty this month. A total of 14 Cherries players are set to represent their countries, and all are listed below.

Chris Mepham (Wales), David Brooks (on loan at Southampton, Wales), Kieffer Moore (on loan at Ipswich Town, Wales), Illia Zabarnyi (Ukraine), Ryan Christie (Scotland), Milos Kerkez (Hungary), Enes Ünal (On loan from Getafe, Turkey), Mark Travers (Republic of Ireland), Alex Scott (England Under 21s), Tyler Adams (United States), Jamal Lowe (on loan at Swansea City, Jamaica), Luis Sinisterra (Colombia), Antoine Semenyo (Ghana) and Dango Ouattara (Burkina Faso).


Thomas Frank’s Brentford are next up, and the relegation-threatened Bees have seen a number of their players called up to represent their country for the duration of the current March international break. See all 10 players called up below.

Kristoffer Ajer (Norway), Nathan Collins (Republic of Ireland), Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark), Mathias Jensen (Denmark), Mads Roerslev (Denmark), Mark Flekken (Netherlands), Saman Ghoddos (Iran), Frank Onyeka (Nigeria), Tomas Strakosha (Albania) and Ivan Toney (England).


The next club’s international call-ups that we are jetting off across the world on international duty in the month of March is Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton. As many as sixteen senior players have received call-ups, and they can be seen below.

Jakub Moder (Poland), Mahmoud Dahoud (Syria), Pervis Estupinan (Ecuador), Jeremy Sarmiento (on loan at Ipswich Town, Ecuador) Bart Verbruggen (Belgium), Billy Gilmour (Scotland), Samy Chouchane (Tunisia), Tariq Lamptey (Ghana), Valentin Barco (Argentina), Facundo Buonanotte (Argentina), Lewis Dunk (England), Pascal Gross (Germany), Denis Undav (Germany), Evan Ferguson (Republic Of Ireland), Julio Enciso (Paraguay) and Simon Adingra (Ivory Coast).


Burnley, led by Vincent Kompany, are up next on this list. The Clarets are currently in the midst of a brutal relegation battle, and for the March international break, 10 of their players are set to represent their countries at senior and youth level.

James Trafford (England Under 21s), Arijanet Muric (Kosovo), Dara O’Shea (Ireland), Josh Cullen (Ireland), Hjalmar Ekdal (Sweden), Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Iceland), Sander Berge (Norway), Zeki Amdouni (Switzerland), Maxime Esteve (France Under 23s) and Wilson Odobert (France Under 23s).


Chelsea, led by current Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino, are still battling for European football this season, and as ever, a number of Blues players are set to wear the shirts of their respective international teams over the course of the next few days.

Ben Chilwell (England), Conor Gallagher (England), Cole Palmer (England), Enzo Fernandez (Argentina), Mykhailo Mudryk (Ukraine), Moises Caicedo (Ecuador), Djordje Petrovic (Serbia), Nicolas Jackson (Senegal) and Marc Cucurella (Spain), Carney Chukwuemeka (England Under 21s), Noni Madueke (England Under 21s), Cesare Casadei (Italy Under 21s) and Malo Gusto (France Under 23s).

Crystal Palace

The Eagles are up next, with several members of Oliver Glasner’s Crystal Palace squad being handed call-ups for the upcoming matches in the latest international break in the next few days. You can see all the players from the South London club who have been selected by their respective national teams – 7 in all.

Joachim Andersen (Denmark), Jordan Ayew (Ghana), Sam Johnstone (England), Jefferson Lerma (Colombia), Daniel Munoz (Colombia), Chris Richards (United States) and Adam Wharton (England Under 20s).


Everton are yet another English top flight club in the midst of a tense yet enthralling relegation battle in the 2023/24 Premier League season with Sean Dyche’s Toffees just 4 points above the drop currently.

Youssef Chermiti (Portugal Under 21s), Vitalii Mykolenko (Ukraine), Idrissa Gana Gueye (Senegal), Amadou Onana (Belgium), Seamus Coleman (Republic of Ireland), Jarrad Branthwaite (England), Jordan Pickford (England) and Nathan Patterson (Scotland).


We are now at the halfway point of this list, and here we will now look at all of the Fulham players who have been called up for their respective countries for the current international break. A total of 16 players from the Cottagers squad have jetted off to all corners of the world to represent their countries.

Calvin Bassey (Nigeria), Armando Broja (on loan from Chelsea, Albania), Fode Ballo-Toure (Senegal), Timothy Castagne (Belgium), Bobby De Cordova-Reid (Jamaica), Luc De Fougerolles (Canada), Alex Iwobi (Nigeria), Bernd Leno (Germany), Sasa Lukic (Serbia), Kevin Mbabu (on loan at Augsburg, Switzerland), Joao Palhinha (Portugal), Andreas Pereira (Brazil), Tim Ream (United States), Antonee Robinson (United States), Marek Rodak (Slovakia) and Harry Wilson (Wales).


Jurgen Klopp is hoping to end his final season in the Liverpool dugout with more trophies, including a second Premier League title, with the Reds right in the mix this term. Thanks to the great form of their players over the years, many of them have been called up to their respective national teams, and this is no different for March 2024’s international break. All of them are as follows (below).

Alisson Becker (Brazil), Caoimhin Kelleher (Republic of Ireland), Joe Gomez (England), Jarrel Quansah (England Under 21s), Ibrahima Konate (France), Virgil Van Dijk (Netherlands), Andy Robertson (Scotland), Kostas Tsimikas (Greece), Conor Bradley (Northern Ireland), Wataru Endo (Japan), Dominik Szoboszlai (Hungary), Harvey Elliott (England Under 21s), Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina), Bobby Clark (England Under 20s), Trey Nyoni (England Under 18s), Luis Diaz (Colombia), Cody Gakpo (Netherlands), Jayden Danns (England Under 18s), Lewis Koumas (Wales Under 21s) and Kaide Gordon (England Under 20s).

Luton Town

Luton Town were not expected to have a great chance to remain a Premier League club beyond this season at the start of the 2023/24 campaign, but Rob Edwards side are putting up a fantastic fight, and they are currently in 17th with 22 points – just one ahead of Nottingham Forest in 18th with less than 10 games to go after the Reds’ recent points deduction. A number of Hatters players have been called up to their respective nations for this international break in March. They are as follows (below).

Teden Mengi (England Under 21s), Daiki Hashioka (Japan), Thomas Kaminski (Belgium), Chiedozie Ogbene (Republic of Ireland) and Issa Kabore (On loan from Manchester City, Burkina Faso). Defender Gabriel Osho was called up for Nigeria for the first time in his career, but an injury prevents him from playing any games at this present time for the Super Eagles.

Manchester City

We will now move on to the reigning Premier League and UEFA Champions League Champions, Manchester City, led by Head Coach Pep Guardiola. They are fighting for yet another top-flight title and are looking to make two in two years in the prestigious UEFA Champions League. Below are the Cityzens players who have been called up for this current international break.

The players called up are as follows: John Stones (England), Kyle Walker (England), Phil Foden (England), Ederson (Brazil), Jeremy Doku (Belgium), Erling Haaland (Norway), Oscar Bobb (Norway), Manuel Akanji (Switzerland), Josko Gvardiol (Croatia), Mateo Kovacic (Croatia), Julian Alvarez (Argentina), Ruben Dias (Portugal), Matheus Nunes (Portugal), Bernardo Silva (Portugal), Rodri (Spain), Nathan Aké (Netherlands) and Rico Lewis (England Under 21s).

Manchester United

From Manchester City, we will now cross over to their cross-city rivals, Manchester United, who are currently fighting alongside the likes of Spurs and Aston Villa for a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League. A number of their players have been called up to represent their national teams, and the names of those selected can be seen below.

Scott McTominay (Scotland), James Scanlon (Gibraltar), Lisandro Martinez (Argentina), Alejandro Garnacho (Argentina), Facundo Pellistri (on loan at Granada, Uruguay), Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco), Kobbie Mainoo (England), Christian Eriksen (Denmark), Rasmus Højlund (Denmark), Bruno Fernandes (Portugal), Victor Lindelöf (Sweden), Harry Maguire (England) and Marcus Rashford (England).

Martinez will join up with his Argentina teammates but will not play due to an injury he picked up recently.

Newcastle United

Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United are one of a number of clubs that are currently vying for a spot in European football come the conclusion of the 2023/24 Premier League season. Several Magpies players are now joining up with their various national teams for international fixtures to come this month. The names of players that have been called up are to be found below.

Lewis Miley (England Under 20s), Lewis Hall (On loan from Chelsea, England Under 20s), Anthony Gordon (England), Martin Dúbravka (Slovakia), Alexander Isak (Sweden), Emil Krafth (Sweden), Miguel Almiron (Paraguay), Fabian Schär (Switzerland), Bruno Guimaraes (Brazil), Alex Murphy (Republic of Ireland Under 21s), Garang Kuol (On loan at FC Volendam, Australia Under 23s) and Jamal Lewis (Northern Ireland).

Nottingham Forest

We now move on to Nuno Espirito Santo’s Nottingham Forest, who are amongst the clubs fighting to remain in England’s top flight beyond the current 2023/24 campaign, with the club currently 18th in the Premier League, with just a point separating them from safety with 9 games to go. Below are the Reds players to have been called up by their countries for the March 2024 international break – 12 in all.

Neco Williams (Wales), Wayne Hennessey (Wales), Odysseas Vlachodimos (Greece), Matt Turner (United States), Gio Reyna (On loan from Borussia Dortmund, United States), Anthony Elanga (Sweden), Rodrigo Ribeiro (Portugal Under 19s), Andrew Omobamidele (Republic of Ireland), Matz Sels (Belgium), Willy Boly (Ivory Coast), Cheikou Kouyate (Senegal) and Moussa Niakhate (Senegal).

Sheffield United

Next up in this list is rock bottom Sheffield United. Chris Wilder’s Blades are currently 8 points adrift of safety with 10 games remaining. A number of Blades players have been called up to represent their national teams, and the names of those players are to be found below.

Anel Ahmedhodzic (Bosnia & Herzegovina), George Baldock (Greece), Adam Davies (Wales), Ben Brereton Diaz (Chile), Will Osula (Denmark Under 21s), James McAtee (England Under 21s) and Oliver Arblaster (England Under 20s).

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs are next, and they are currently in a very tense and enthralling battle for UEFA Champions League qualification for next season alongside Aston Villa and Manchester United, who are either side of them in 4th and 6th place, respectively. A plethora of Lilywhites players have been called up for this March 2024 international break—and they are as follows (below).

Ben Davies (Wales), Brennan Johnson (Wales), Joe Rodon (on loan at Leeds United, Wales), Pedro Porro (Spain), Richarlison (Brazil), James Maddison (England), Heung-Min Son (South Korea), Dejan Kulusevski (Sweden), Destiny Udogie (Italy) and Guglielmo Vicario (Italy).

West Ham United

David Moyes’ West Ham United are yet another club in the tight battle for European Qualification this term, and the form of their players in the 2023/24 Premier League season has seen many of them earn international call-ups for their respective national sides. They are to be found below.

Jarrod Bowen (England), Lucas Paqueta (Brazil), Dinos Mavropanos (Greece), Edson Alvarez (Mexico), Tomas Soucek (Czech Republic), Alphonse Areola (France), Nayef Aguerd (Morocco) and Callum Marshall (on loan at West Brom, Northern Ireland).


Finally, we move on to the 20th and final club – Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolves have enjoyed tremendous season ever since the appointment of their current Head Coach, Gary O’Neil, and they now are in the tense fight for European football in the current Premier League season. The Wolves players called up can be found in full below.

Pablo Sarabia (Spain), Jose Sa (Portugal), Nelson Semedo (Portugal), Toti (Portugal), Matt Doherty (Republic of Ireland), Tom King (Wales), Joao Gomes (Brazil), Rayan Ait-Nouri (Morocco), Mario Lemina (Gabon) and Boubacar Traore (Mali Under 21s).

Excitement and anticipation are building ahead of the latest international matches, and for the resumption of the 2023/24 Premier League season on Saturday 30th March 2024.

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