Date: 16th May 2017 at 6:44pm
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Midfielder Ronaldo Vieira has capped off the perfect first full season in the Leeds United first team by being called into the England under-20 squad for the first time.

Vieira, who was named the Leeds Young Player of the Year this season, has been included in the provisional 20-man squad for the Toulon Tournament in France.

England will take an 18-man squad for the tournament that starts with a game against Angola on 29th May. England then face Cuba on 1st June and they finish their group games against Japan on 4th June.

Vieira, who was born in Guinea Bissau, also qualifies to play for Portugal but he qualifies to play for England having been educated in the country since 2011.

The 18-year-old will hope to be included in the final squad as they look to defend the title they won last summer.


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