Young Leeds United attacker Archie Gray on England youth duty in France

Young Leeds United attacker Archie Gray is part of the England under-16s squad competing in the Val-de-Marne tournament in France this week.

Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 9:39 am
Updated Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 9:40 am

Gray, 15, is part of the squad that faces games against hosts France plus Italy and Belgium this week.

The attacking midfielder stepped out for United's under-21s in September's EFL Trophy clash at Tranmere Rovers in which he laid on a brilliant assist for Amari Miller to net the sole Whites strike in a 4-1 defeat.

Gray is the son of former Whites forward Andy, the grandson of ex defender Frank and the great nephew of Elland Road great Eddie.

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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL DUTY: For 15-year-old Leeds United attacker Archie Gray, left, pictured after setting up Amari Miller's goal in September's EFL Trophy clash against Tranmere Rovers. Photo by Lewis Storey/Getty Images.

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