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United midfielder gets England call

Written by Dan King

Newcastle teenager Adam Wilson has been called up by England at under-18 level.

The Ashington-born left-winger will link up with the Young Lions as they fly to China this week for the Panda Cup.

Neil Dewsnip's side will play three games against Uruguay, China and Hungary at the Shuangliu Sports Stadium in Chengdu, situated in the province of Sichuan.

England face Uruguay on Wednesday, 23rd May before taking on the host nation two days later.

The final game against Hungary will take place on Sunday, 27th May.

Former Newcastle City Juniors player Wilson made his international debut last month, in a 4-0 win over Qatar at St. George's Park, and also played in a 2-1 victory against Belarus. 

The England under-18s squad for the Panda Cup is: Curtis Anderson (Manchester City), Josef Bursik (Stoke City), William Crellin (Fleetwood Town), Timothy Eyoma (Tottenham Hotspur), Nathan Ferguson (West Bromwich Albion), Tariq Lamptey (Chelsea), Jonathan Panzo (Chelsea), Steven Sessegnon (Fulham), Jake Vokins (Southampton), Adam Wilson (Newcastle United), Alex Denny (Everton), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Nya Kirby (Crystal Palace), George McEachran (Chelsea), Stephen Walker (Middlesbrough), Callum Wright (Leicester City), Danny Loader (Reading), Felix Nmecha (Manchester City), Ian Poveda-Ocampo (Manchester City).

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