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On a busy day for Adam Campbell, the youngster has been called up for the England under-19 squad to face Estonia next month

By Dan King - Newcastle United Digital Editor

On the day he joined Carlisle United on loan, Newcastle's Adam Campbell has been called up for England under-19s for their game with Estonia next month.

Noel Blake's Young Lions are preparing for the first qualifying round of the 2014 European Championships, which takes place in Slovenia in October, and play in Tallinn on Thursday, 5th September.

Campbell made his England under-19s debut against Turkey last March and played in last summer's Championships in Belgium.

The 18-year-old signed a one-month loan deal with Carlisle earlier on Thursday.

The full England under-19 squad to face Estonia is: Mitchell Beeney (Chelsea), Luke Coddington (Middlesbrough), Josh Aina (Chelsea), Leo Chambers (West Ham United), Harry Toffolo (Norwich City), Isaac Hayden (Arsenal), Jake Cooper (Reading), Paul Digby (Barnsley), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea) Jordon Ibe (Liverpool), Josh Murphy (Norwich City), Carlton Morris (Norwich City), Lewis Baker (Chelsea), Ben Pearson (Manchester United), Calum Chambers (Southampton), Adam Campbell (Newcastle United), Chuba Akpom (Arsenal), James Wilson (Manchester United).