England manager Gareth Southgate has named his 27-man squad for the Nations League this summer. Let’s take a look at who made the cut.
Despite playing in the Championship, Jack Butland made the grade this time around.
Heaton once again is named to provide competition.
Jordan Pickford is expected to keep his place in between the sticks.
The Liverpool youngster makes the squad and will fancy his chances of starting.
Ben Chilwell will be hoping to start on the left.
The Everton defender has been in great form under Marco Silva during the second half of the season.
A regular for England after a stunning World Cup campaign.
John Stones has been out of the picture at City of late, but makes it into the squad.
Danny Rose is starting to show some of his best form for Spurs and has been named in the squad.
Joe Gomez is working is way back to full fitness and has been named in the squad.
A mixed end to the season for Kieran Trippier, who often shows his best form in an England shirt.
Fresh off the back of Premier League glory, Walker makes the squad.
Despite not being involved much for Chelsea, Ross Barkley finds a way into the squad.
Dele Alli has been forced to play in different roles for Tottenham of late, but he’ll be hoping to do his bit for England.
Another who is currently out of favour at his club, but has been named in the squad.
Eric Dier will provide some defensive steel.
Jordan Henderson has been in brilliant form with Liverpool towards the end of the season.
Declan Rice continues his England career with another call-up.
James Ward-Prowse’s form over the course of the second half of the season warrants a call-up.
Having Winks back will be a timely boost for England’s midfield.
Despite United’s rough end to the campaign, Jesse Lingard is named in the squad.
Likewise, his United team-mate Marcus Rashford will be hoping to lead the line for the Three Lions.
Southampton’s Nathan Redmond has been brought into the squad after an impressive end to the season.
Jadon Sancho will see his future questioned this summer, but for now, he’ll be focusing on producing the goods for England.
Callum Wilson has done well to battle his way into the England set-up recently and he keeps his place.
Raheem Sterling would have been one of the first names on Southgate’s squad list.
There have been positive updates on Harry Kane’s fitness, with England clearly hopeful that he can play some part.