Considering the growth of talent since England's famous 2018 World Cup run, fans and pundits alike have been debating which players should make Gareth Southgate’s England squad, with a huge emphasis on their famous youngsters.
Over the past two seasons, these youngsters have gone from strength to strength and will aim to impress over the 2020/21 Premier League campaign. With two transfer windows between now and Euro 2021, it is important to consider that players will come into and out of contention depending on what transfers may take place, especially talented youngsters who may go out on loan and impress away from their parent clubs.
In the same way, many youth players turned senior pros have impressed over the past season and may get more playing time over the coming season, with the likes of Mason Greenwood and Bukayo Saka making a late stride towards Euro 2020 this year. So, with a plethora of young stars only going from strength to strength, let's take a look at who will make the England squad for Euro 2021.