The United stars chasing trophies with England
Four Manchester United players will be seeking success in an England shirt this summer, when three international tournaments get under way.
The number of Reds in England's ranks rises to five if we include Greenwood's international team-mate Abbie McManus, who last week signed a pre-contract agreement to join United this summer after leaving Manchester City.
Gareth Southgate's 23-man senior squad for the finals in Portugal was announced on Monday evening, with Lingard and Rashford both making the cut as expected. The players to miss out from the initial 27-strong group were Southampton's James Ward-Prowse and Nathan Redmond, plus Tottenham Hotspur stars Kieran Trippier and Harry Winks.
Semi-final: Netherlands, Thursday 6 June KO 19:45 BST, Guimarães
Final: England or Netherlands v Portugal or Switzerland, Sunday 9 June KO 19:45 BST, Porto
Third place play-off: Sunday 9 June KO 14:00 BST, Guimarães
After an excellent season helping Sheffield United earn promotion to the Premier League, Henderson has been named in Aidy Boothroyd's England Under-21s squad for the 12-team tournament in Italy.
The shot-stopper tweeted on Monday: "(I'm) delighted to be selected for the Euro finals in Italy", with a pic from last summer's Under-20 World Cup, when he collected a winners' medal as England's substitute goalkeeper.
England's group-stage fixtures
Group C: France, Tuesday 18 June KO 20:00 BST, Cesena
Group C: Romania, Friday 21 June KO 17:30 BST, Cesena
Group C: Croatia, Monday 24 June KO 20:00 BST, Serravalle
Greenwood will have the honour of being the first Manchester United Women player to play in a World Cup, after her selection was announced on 8 May - three days before she lifted the Women's Championship trophy as Reds captain. Alex tweeted at the time: "(I'm) honoured and proud. Dream come true." McManus, who was listed as a Manchester City player when the squad was confirmed, could join Greenwood in facing United duo Lizzie Arnot and Kirsty Smith when England's campaign in France kicks off with an opener against Scotland.
Group D: Scotland, Sunday 9 June KO 17:00 BST, Nice
Group D: Argentina, Friday 14 June KO 20:00 BST, Le Havre
Group D: Japan, Wednesday 19 June KO 20:00 BST, Nice