The possible XI is contains a lot of full England internationals…
Gareth Southgate’s England U21s will travel to the Czech Republic this summer to compete in the U21 European Championship, a competition they were knocked out of at the group stage two years ago.
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Here is an impressive possible starting line-up which could play for England’s youngsters this summer.
Goalkeeper: Jack Butland
The highly rated goalkeeper has found appearances hard to come by for Stoke City and he has played second fiddle to Asmir Begovic, but could use the tournament as a catalyst at an important time in his career.
Right back: Calum Chambers
The 20-year-old has had a welcome season of first team involvement, although it has been curtailed by a few injuries. Success at an international tournament would stand him in good stead for the full squad and for Arsenal.
Centre back: Phil Jones
Jones already has 13 caps for the senior England side, but if he was to come back to U21 level he could be key in their success as an older, more experienced head.
Centre back: John Stones
Another player who has made his bow for the senior side, with four caps, and hasmade his way into the Everton first team this year, with 13 appearances. The centre back has an incredibly bright future if he is managed in the correct way.
Left back: Luke Shaw
The 19-year-old used last season as his breakthrough and transferred from Southampton to Manchester United in a big money move. He has made 12 appearances for the Red Devils this season, surely that experience would stand the side in good stead.