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Along with Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool stars, the striker could form a team that has the potential to challenge for major honours over the next decade.
Check it out – could they change the national team’s fortunes?
GK) Jack Butland, Stoke City, 22-years-old
Not getting much game time with the Potters, but the former Birmingham City star is still the Young Lions’ best bet between the sticks.
LB) Luke Shaw, Manchester United, 19-years-old
He may not have lived up to expectations so far at Old Trafford, but the full-back still has bags of potential.
RB) Calum Chambers, Arsenal, 20-years-old
Naturally a centre-back, but the Gunners ace may need to play out of position to make space for others here.