Manchester United players on international duty – where and when

Manchester United players on international duty – where and when

Paul Pogba will go up against Daley Blind – and possibly Timothy Fosu-Mensah – as France take on the Netherlands in one of the more high profile clashes of the September international break.

David de Gea, now Spain’s established first choice keeper, will take on an Italy side featuring Matteo Darmian as the two sides look to gain control of their group.

Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Jesse Lingard have all kept their places in the England side for World Cup qualifiers with Malta and Slovakia.

Here is a complete list of the games over the next week featuring United players. Supporters will mainly be looking on in hope that nobody picks up a knock ahead of a tricky clash with Stoke City.

Thursday 31 August

Belgium v Gibraltar (Marouane Fellaini, Romelu Lukaku)

France v Netherlands (Paul Pogba, Daley Blind)

Bulgaria v Sweden (Victor Lindelof)

Friday 1 September

Uruguay v Argentina (Sergio Romero)

Brazil v Ecuador (Antonio Valencia)

Romania v Armenia (Henrikh Mkhitaryan)

Malta v England (Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Jesse Lingard)

Saturday 2 September

Gabon v Ivory Coast (Eric Bailly)

Serbia v Moldova (Nemanja Matic)

Spain v Italy (David de Gea, Matteo Darmian)

Sunday 3 September

Netherlands v Bulgaria (Daley Blind)

Belarus v Sweden (Victor Lindelof)

Greece v Belgium (Marouane Fellaini, Romelu Lukaku)

France v Luxembourg (Paul Pogba)

Monday 4 September

Armenia v Denmark (Henrikh Mkhitaryan)

England v Slovakia (Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Jesse Lingard)

Tuesday 5 September

Ivory Coast v Gabon (Eric Bailly)

Republic of Ireland v Serbia (Nemanja Matic)

Liechtenstein v Spain (David de Gea)

Italy v Israel (Matteo Darmian)

Ecuador v Peru (Antonio Valencia)

Wednesday 6 September

Argentina v Venezuela (Sergio Romero)

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