While Trent Alexander-Arnold is the only Liverpool player on duty for England’s seniors this international break there are plenty of youngsters heading off.
Ahead of September national break, there were a lot of rumors that Harvey Elliot could earn his first-ever Englan call-up. In the end, the 19-year-old didn’t get the call, but he will be joining the England U21 side.
He will be joined by Tyler Morton. Morton impressed in limited action for the Reds last season and is currently at Blackburn Rovers on loan, where the midfielder has already made eleven appearances. It is Morton’s first time being called upon by the England U21s.
A good amount of young Liverpool players will be playing for England till the end of September with two more joining the U20s, four joining the U19s, and two more with the U18s. For England’s senior team the only Liverpool player this time will be Trent Alexander-Arnold as Jordan Henderson is injured otherwise he would most likely get a call-up too.