Knudsen Confirmed in Danish Squad for Wales Clash
Friday, 7th Sep 2018 09:21
The DBU, the Danish FA, has confirmed that Blues left-back Jonas Knudsen is in the squad for Sunday’s UEFA Nations League game with Wales in Aarhus.
A temporary agreement has been reached regarding the long-running contractual dispute which saw the squad boycott Wednesday’s friendly in Slovakia in which a team of amateur players lost 3-0.
The senior squad is due to meet up in Aarhus today. If he plays, Knudsen, 25, will win his fifth full cap.
Meanwhile, Town academy right-back Dylan Crowe could win his second England U18s cap this afternoon when the Young Lions face Russia in their second game at the Limogues Tournament.
Crowe, 17, was in the starting line-up for Wednesday's 3-0 victory over Holland in England's opening game. The youngsters also face hosts France on Sunday.
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