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SunSport can exclusively reveal Brighton’s defender, while Manchester United’s goal Ben White (Ben White) competes for England’s shock at the 2020 European Cup.
Harry Maguire’s ankle injury, coupled with concerns about Eric Dier, caused Gareth Southgate to suddenly look for other options.
The 23-year-old White is the most eye-catching player.
Southgate even went to the South Coast to watch his actions earlier this month.
SunSport learned that after Asenal (Asenal) ended the Premier League season, the ball defender was told not to take a holiday this week.
Instead, he will now wait anxiously to find out if he has won a nod for his possible debut in England next month.
At the same time, we can tell you that Liverpool will sell mid-length Nat Phillips (Nat Phillips) in the summer, but only if they can get a major offer.
The defender joined the team for the first time under Jurgen Klopp, but he is unlikely to be a starter next season, which has attracted the attention of other Premier League clubs.
The Red Army has decided not to retain Turkish centre-back Ozan Kabak (Ozan Kabak), but if the right offer falls behind, the local boy Phillips can also leave.
The 24-year-old won at Burnley when he scored his first senior goal and the former VfB Stftgart borrower can demand a fee of £10 million.
Finally, SunSport can also show that West Brom (West Brom) is facing a difficult battle to persuade Chris Wilder to lead them back to the Premier League.
If Wilder does not replace Sam Allardyce’s appetite, he can find Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael.
After Allardys decided to leave after being relegated for the first time in his career, Wilder and Ismail topped the Baggies shortlist.
But Wilder is willing to wait for a job in the Premier League because he thinks he has proven himself after finishing tenth since Sheffield United’s first season in the top flight.
The savvy boss has told good friends that he may even insist on the first round of dismissal next season, and Newcastle may be in his opinion.