Injury-plagued midfielder Owen Hargreaves is one of the 23 senior players named in Manchester United's 25-manPremier League matchday squad.
The new regulations state that for the 2010-11 season, teams must register a maximum of 17 'non homegrown' and minimum of eight 'homegrown players'. The homegrown players - such as Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand - are those trained for three years by any English or Welsh club before the age of 21.
Once the list is named, no changes can be made until the close of the transfer window. Anyone outside the 25 over the age of 21 cannot be selected and would be forced to stay on the sidelines unless they repeat Craig Bellamy's loan to a Football League side.
Clubs can, however, use an unlimited number of players aged 21 or under regardless of nationality. This law allows manager Sir Alex Ferguson to call on un-named youth stars Fabio, Rafael, Bebe, Corry Evans, Chris Smalling, Gabriel Obertan, Ritchie De Laet, Ben Amos and Federico Macheda.
Non homegrown players
Edwin van der Sar
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