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9 Inter Milan players called for international duty

International break begins now and runs through March 27.

FC Internazionale v SSC Napoli - Serie A
Milan Skriniar of FC Internazionale Milano gestures during the serie A match between FC Internazionale and SSC Napoli at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on March 11, 2018 in Milan, Italy.
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Nine Inter Milan players have been called up for international duty for this upcoming international break.

For the Italian national team, Antonio Candreva and Roberto Gagliardini have been called up for friendlies against Argentina (March 23) and England (March 27).

Additionally, Andrea Pinamonti has earned a call-up to the Under 19 Italian squad as it enters the Elite Round of the U-19 European Championships. Italy will take on Greece (March 21), Poland (March 24) and Czech Republic (March 27).

Inter defender Milan Skriniar will play for Slovakia as they take on the United Arab Emirates (March 22) and either Thailand or Gabon (March 25).

Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic were called up by Croatia to play against Peru (March 23) and Mexico (March 27) with both games being in the United States.

Portugal has called on Joao Cancelo for its friendlies against Egypt (March 23) and the Netherlands (March 26).

Joao Miranda will play for the Brazilian national team for its upcoming friendlies against Russia (March 23) and Germany (March 27).

As Uruguay heads for the China Cup, Matias Vecino will suit up for its games against the Czech Republic (March 23) and either China or Wales (March 26).

Finally, Yann Karamoh earned a call-up to the French national U-20 squad for its friendly against the United States (March 24).

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