Which Academy players have been called up?
Twelve Manchester United Academy players are due to represent their respective nations during the international break.
While the latest break will see United's senior players jet off for European Championship, Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup qualifiers, as well as friendlies, our Academy players, are also poised to take part in various competitions.
Recent first-team debutant Dan Gore and fellow Englishman Omari Forson will link up with the Three Lions' Under-20s for the very first time, for upcoming Elite League fixtures against Romania and Portugal.
They have both previously represented their nation in younger age groups.
Sticking with England, goalkeeper Elyh Harrison has received his first Under-18s call-up and will be in the squad for friendlies versus Morocco and South Korea, alongside fellow United Academy player Finley McAllister.
Harry Amass, Shea Lacey and Jayce Fitzgerald have all been called up to the Under-17s for their upcoming fixtures.
At Under-21 level, Isak Hansen-Aaroen is in Norway's squad for the friendly with Austria, before they face Italy in a UEFA Euro Under-21 qualifier.
Goalkeeper Radek Vitek is another operating at Under-21 level, and he will link up with Czech Republic for their Euro Under-21 qualifiers against Wales and Denmark.
Midfielder Maximilian Oydele will also take part in a European qualifier, for Poland's Under-21s, as they take on Estonia. Before that, they will play Slovakia in a friendly.
Rounding off our breakdown are Scottish duo Louis Jackson and Jack Kingdon, who will hope to play a part in the friendly against Republic of Ireland.