CALLUM Styles has been called up for Hungary’s games against England, Germany and Italy next month but his Barnsley team-mate Michal Helik has been left out of the Poland squad.

Centre-back Helik has been out with an ankle injury which caused him to miss the last month of Barnsley’s season as they were relegated from the Championship.

He has been a regular in the Poland squad across the last year due to his good form with Barnsley, earning seven caps and going to Euro 2020 last summer.

He was an unused substitute as Poland booked their place in the November World Cup in Qatar with a win over Sweden in the play-offs in March.

Styles made his debut for Hungary – the country of his grandmother – in March.

He has been selected again ahead of their four Nations League fixtures.

They are at home to England on June 4 and Germany a week later, either side of a trip to play Italy away, then they complete the international break against England at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Molineux Stadium on June 14.

Both Styles and Helik are two of the Barnsley players expected to attract interest from other clubs in the summer.

Barnsley are expected to sell players this summer as they look to offset the £7-8million loss due to their relegation.

Helik, 26, has a year left on his contract and Styles, 22, has two. Both were the subject of serious interest in previous windows.