AFC Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson and Baily Cargill have been named in the England under-21 and under-20 squads respectively for the first time.
Wilson, who has netted an impressive eleven times in his first season at the club, was named in Gareth Southgate’s squad this afternoon for their upcoming match against Portugal.
The twenty-two year old has been in fine form after signing from Coventry for an undisclosed fee in the summer, and now has the chance to prove himself in the international youth squad, which includes former Cherries striker Danny Ings.
Nineteen year old centre-half Baily Cargill has also been included in the international system, after his inclusion in Aidy Boothroyd’s under-20 squad was announced.
Having recently signed a new contract with AFC Bournemouth in October, Cargill will now have the chance to play Canada in a friendly at the Goldsands Stadium on the 12th November.
Cargill has been a regular feature in the Capital One cup, where the Cherries have made history in reaching their furthest ever stage. The next cup fixture will see Bournemouth host a struggling Liverpool side in the quarter-finals, taking place on the 17th December.