England made their way to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and Gareth Southgate is already thinking about a squad that will go to fight for the trophy in a year. He has always loved to trust the young and the brave, and recently the team debuted Aaron Ramsdale, Conor Gallagher and Imil Smith-Rowe. But other talents are next in line, ready to move the accomplished stars.
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Tino Livramento (Southampton, 19)
If Tino Livramento continues to play at this level and does not get injured, he will become a real contender for the call to the team.
The right-back hasn’t spent a minute on the pitch at Chelsea, but has blossomed since leaving for Southampton in the summer. Now he is an indispensable and very important player in the base.
Livramento has made three appearances with the England Under-21 squad, and Southgate is now following his progress. Sure, Kyle Walker, Rhys James, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kieran Trippier are ahead of him, but who knows.
The Saints’ coach Ralf Hasenhüttl is helping the development of his ward, who was nominated for Player of the Month in October.
Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace, 21)
Southgate named three unfortunates who missed England in November: Smith Rowe, Gallagher and Marc Guehi. The latter is still hoping to try on the “Three Lions” T-shirt.
Marc Guehi is the world champion in the U17 national team. He has grown rapidly in recent months as another Chelsea player. It cost the Palace a whopping 18 million pounds – an amount that seems more reasonable every month. Last season, Marc Guehi was indispensable in the defense of Swansea, who, with his help, reached the playoffs.
Ivan Toney (Brentford, 25)
Two goals and two assists in 11 Premier League games is not exactly an astounding form, but anyone who gets a closer look at Ivan Toney’s performances at Brentford will immediately recognize the player with the potential to become an England star.
In Brentford’s 2-0 win over Arsenal on opening day, Toney became Ben White’s biggest enemy, and against the Wolves, he played so well that he became a man of the match.
But Tony’s battle with Virgil van Dijk is a much better indicator of his talent. The 25-year-old striker has demonstrated excellent aerial play and ability to play side by side against one of the best defenders in the world. Result: 3:3.
Toney attracts players to him, which gives his teammates a huge amount of room to maneuver. Brian Mbeumo uses it regularly, and one can only imagine how Toney will play against Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling and Bukayo Saka.
Tariq Lamptey (Brighton & Hove Albion, 21)
You may laugh, but here we have another Chelsea academy graduate. And now he may well repeat the success of Ben White.
Prior to joining Arsenal, White received a late call from Southgate to replace the injured Alexander-Arnold for Euro 2020. Tariq Lamptey has forgotten everything after nine months of absence due to hamstring problems, but now he is ready to return.
He has played from the first minute or left the bench in Brighton’s last four games, already showing a glimpse of immense talent.
Tariq Lamptey has an entire season ahead – the rest of the current campaign and the first three months of 2022-23 – to merit the challenge.
Yes, there is serious competition on the right flank, but none of the active defencists can boast of Tariq Lamptey’s breakneck speed.