By Scott Taylor
Sheyi Ojo, Cameron Brannagan and Ryan Kent are the Liverpool U21 players to jabe received call-ups for the England youth sides for their upcoming international friendlies. Ojo, 18, has been called up to the England U19s squad for games against the Netherlands and Japan on the 12th and 15th November respectively. Brannagan, 19, and Kent, 18, have both been called up to the England U20s squad for their double-header against France on the 11th and 14th November.
Ojo is currently on loan at Championship side Wolves, where has scored two goals and got three assists in 13 games. This included a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win over Fulham in September and a goal in his last game for Wolves, a 2-0 win at Birmingham. In his two league cup games this season, Ojo jas a goal and an assist, but Wolves were eliminated after a 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough in the third round. Ojo made his debut for England U19s in their 2-0 win over Macedonia on 8 October and has made three appearances for his national side.
Kent is also out on loan. The winger is currently at League One side Coventry City, where he has scored one goal in eight games. That goal came in their 4-3 victory at home to Barnsley on Tuesday evening. Kent has played five games for his national side, scoring once. He earned an England U20 call-up back in August, for their double-header against the Czech Republic.
Brannagan is the only player still at Liverpool, but has still earned himself a call-up. The U21s captain, 19, has played just once in five weeks after Jurgen Klopp prefers him to train with the first team rather than play for the U21s. However, that game was his full first team debut, where he played just over an hour in their 1-0 won over Bournemouth last week. Should he play, Brannagan will make his third appearance at U20 level for England.

Elsewhere, Jordan Rossiter and Lloyd Jones are injured so were unavailable for England U19s and U20s respectively.

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