The Manchester City squad dispersed for the November 2020 international break.
Several of Manchester City’s senior men’s team will compete in the final stages of the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League while others will participate in international friendlies and 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.
Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker, and Phil Foden were called up to the English national team. The Three Lions will face Ireland, Belgium, and Iceland.
Rúben Dias, Bernardo Silva, and João Cancelo were called up to the Portuguese national team. The Navigators and will face Andorra, France, and Croatia.
Nathan Aké was called up to the Dutch national team. The Oranje will face Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Poland.
Rodri, Ferran Torres, and Eric García were called up to the Spanish national team. La Roja will face the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Germany.
İlkay Gündoğan was called up to the German national team. Die Mannschaft will face the Czech Republic, Ukraine, and Spain.
Oleksandr Zinchenko was called up to the Ukrainian national team. The Zbirna will face Poland, Germany, and Switzerland.
Kevin De Bruyne was called up to the Belgian national team. De Rode Duivels will face Switzerland, England, and Denmark.
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Riyad Mahrez was called up to the Algerian national team. The Desert Foxes will face Zimbabwe in a double-header.
Gabriel Jesus and Ederson were called up to the Brazilian national team. The Verde-Amarela will face Venezuela and Uruguay.
Zack Steffen was called up to the American national team. The Stars and Stripes will face Wales and Panama.
Sergio Agüero, Aymeric Laporte, Benjamin Mendy, Fernandinho, John Stones, Scott Carson, and Philippe Sandler did not travel with their respective national teams.