MANCHESTER UNITED sensationally have fewer players in the England squad than Crystal Palace for the Three Lions' next batch of friendlies.
The stunning revelation comes after Gareth Southgate made a number of changes to the squad to face Switzerland and Ivory Coast.
Former Palace star Southgate's shake-up saw FOUR players exchanged for the upcoming friendly clashes.
Reece James, Aaron Ramsdale, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Tammy Abraham all missed the England camp due to injury.
The crocked quartet were replaced with Palace youngster Tyrick Mitchell, Kyle Walker-Peters, Sam Johnstone and Ollie Watkins.
Mitchell will link up with Palace pal and England debutant Marc Guehi along with Conor Gallagher, who's on loan with the Eagles from Chelsea.
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The trio's inclusion in the England set-up is the first time Palace have had this many stars in the national squad since Ian Wright, Geoff Thomas and John Salako represented the Three Lions in 1991.
In comparison, United have just two stars in the England camp this time around in Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.
The pair were not joined by their Red Devils cronies Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho who were shock absentees from the squad.
Both were overlooked by Southgate, who feels that they haven't been up to par domestically this season to earn a spot in the Three Lions setup.