Borussia Dortmund ace Jadon Sancho earns maiden England callup

Borussia Dortmund ace Jadon Sancho earns maiden England callup

Jadon Sancho, Mason Mount and James Maddison have been handed their first senior England call-ups as Gareth Southgate doubled down on his focus on youth in arguably his boldest squad selection to date.

Southgate's men are now set to go head-to-head with Croatia and Spain in the upcoming worldwide break.

After leading England to the World Cup semi-finals in Russian Federation, the Football Association (FA) rewarded Southgate with fresh terms until after Qatar 2022. I feel as if there's still a chance to improve what we're doing. I'm very happy and so proud to be part of this team.

"We know it's not straightforward".

"Had a big impact with our junior teams over the last couple of years and he's really diligent without the ball". But I don't think you should then just duck that challenge because it's hard.

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"We'd like to work with them now - they get an understanding of how we work, we get a closer look at them". Inherently I care about the project in a way that maybe would be hard to find in something else.

"He's dealing with that and excelling", the England manager said.

The countdown clock to 2022 has since been taken down at St George's Park, but the focus and hunger remain under Southgate.

Several other uncapped players are also involved: Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli, Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy and Watford midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah making up the sextet of debutantes. "That's the way we work".

Being a hard working young player pays off, at least that's what the Englishman thinks.

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Sancho epitomises that pursuit of progress. "He's been fearless enough to go overseas and play", added Southgate. At 17, he sounded like a young man in a great hurry.

Harry Winks, capped once by England, was recalled after starting for Tottenham against Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Chelsea's Ross Barkley could win his first cap since a friendly against Australia in May 2016.

A number of other young players are heading overseas in a bid to make an impact, but Phil Foden remains on home soil with Manchester City.

Since his move from Norwich City for £20 million, the 21-year-old has been in fine form for the Foxes, having bagged three goals and two assists for the side so far. He is a little bit of a later developer in that area.

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