England has some of the most exciting young talents in world football and its only a matter of time for these youngsters to all feature in the national team.
After the old guards get to their twilight, they will have to give way for the next generation of players to represent the 3 lions.
The formation of England future team could be 4-3-3
Dean Henderson is the biggest young goalkeeper in the country and will definitely the number 1 of England if he continues like this.
Trent Alexandre Arnold is one of the best right-backs in the world and could continue in England with Bukayo Saka in the left-back position. Chelsea's Tomori could partner with Gomez in the center back.
The 3 midfielders of the team could be Rice, Foden, and Mount. These guys have been sharp for there respective clubs and should get better with time.
Sancho, Greenwood, and Rashford could form the deadly trident of attack for England in the future.
This is how I think England's national team could line up in the future.
What do you think?
Is there any player you would like to replace?
Drop his name in the comment section.
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