The youngsters will take on Mexico in two games on 4 and 6 June at the Centro de Alto Rendimiento national training centre as coach Aidy Boothroyd gets his players ready for July’s Euro Finals in Germany.
It is unclear whether Borthwick-Jackson has suffered an injury but Tuanzebe will be pleased to be involved in his first ever England squad.
— England (@England) May 25, 2016
Tuanzebe is highly regarded by coaches and fans at Man United and he will be keen to impress ahead of a possible breakthrough into the first team squad under Jose Mourinho next term.
Meanwhile, Borthwick-Jackson has already regularly been involved in first team affairs this season having been given his chance by Louis van Gaal before his sacking on Monday.
Mourinho has had a tendency to overlook youth in the past but he is no fool and he will know that he has to involve players like Borthwick-Jackson and Tuanzebe if he is to keep the fans on his side.