Ireland U19 head coach Tom Mohan today named his squad for two friendlies against Denmark in Sligo.
Phil Neville's son Harvey, who plays for Manchester United, has been included. The 17-year-old previously played with Manchester City and Valencia.
RTÉ reports that he qualifies to play for Ireland through his mother, Julie's side of the family.
There is also a place in the squad for Celtic midfielder Armstrong Oko-Flex. The Dublin-born player, who was on the books at Arsenal before moving to Glasgow, is also eligible to play for England and Nigeria.
Also named is Borussia Monchengladbach forward Conor Noß. It is a first call-up for the German-born player who has been involved with the Bundesliga side's first team squads in recent games.
"Conor plays at number 10," said Mohan.
"He was in our last training camp. He impressed a lot and is technically a very good player. He’s doing very well in Germany and we’re excited by him."
Ireland U19s play Denmark at The Showgrounds on October 11th and against on October 14th.
Goalkeepers: Sean Bohan (Bohemians), Jimmy Corcoran (Preston North End), Bobby Jones (Wigan Athletic)
Defenders: Ronan Boyce (Derry City), Ben Greenwood (AFC Bournemouth), Oisin McEntee (Newcastle United), Mark McGuinness (Arsenal), Mazeed Ogungbo (Arsenal), Andrew Omobamidele (Norwich City), Lewis Richards (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Timi Sobowale (Manchester City)
Midfielders: Jamie Bowden (Tottenham Hotspur), Barry Coffey (Celtic), Dawson Devoy (Bohemians), Donal Higgins (Galway United), Conor Grant (Sheffield Wednesday), Harvey Neville (Manchester United), Armstrong Oko-Flex (Celtic), Tyreik Wright (Aston Villa)
Forwards: Tom Cannon (Everton), Ryan Cassidy (Watford), Festy Ebosele (Derby County), Alex Gilbert (West Bromwich Albion), Conor Noß (Borussia Monchengladbach), George Nunn (Chelsea), Thomas Oluwa (Shamrock Rovers), Ross Tierney (Bohemians)
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