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England XI of the future: Tottenham duo Harry Kane & Ryan Mason star in impressive Three Lions line-up that could usher in successful new era

Roy Hodgson’s latest England squad seems to be one with an eye to the future of the national side, with a number of young players and potential stars of tomorrow called up, seemingly to provide experience on the international stage at such a young age.

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With the likes of John Stones and Nathaniel Clyne again receiving call-ups whilst Ryan Mason and Harry Kane have both managed to acquire their first taste of senior action, we look at just how a potential England XI could look in a few seasons time, potentially as we head to Russia 2018.

See our XI of the future below:

Jack Butland

GK: Jack Butland – Stoke City

Not currently first choice with the Potters but a potential star of tomorrow which perhaps explains why Stoke were so keen to pay £3.5 million for a relatively unproven then 19-year-old.

RB: Nathaniel Clyne – Southampton

Incredible progression with Southampton since they returned to the Premier League, so much so he’s been linked with summer move from Liverpool to Manchester United.

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