The future of the England national team looks extremely bright right now.
On the back of reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup in Russia, Gareth Southgate’s young Three Lions are now in the UEFA Nations League semi-finals where they will face the Netherlands after overcoming both Croatia and Spain in their group.
When you consider some of the exciting young talent coming through the ranks, you feel that this is just the start of the new era.
Youngsters Marcus Rashford, John Stones and Raheem Sterling are already regulars in the senior squad and look set to stay there for the next decade or so.
Meanwhile, the likes of Jadon Sancho and Phil Foden both look set to become world-class footballers.
But what will England’s squad look like in 10 years time?
It’s almost impossible to predict but YouTuber Enda Story has attempted to work it out using Football Manager 2019.
ENGLAND'S SQUAD IN 10 YEARS TIME
He’s simulated 10 seasons to discover what the England squad looks like - and here it is:
Name | Value in the game | Club in the game | Club in real life
Phil Foden | £75 million | Manchester City | Manchester City
Jadon Sancho | £69 million | Chelsea | Borussia Dortmund
Marcus Rashford | £65 million | Chelsea | Manchester United
Matt Grant | £59 million | Chelsea | N/A
Lucas Chambers | £58 million | Newcastle United | N/A
Kevin James | £56 million | Manchester United | N/A
Joe Gomez | £55 million | Liverpool | Liverpool
Ryan Sessegnon | £54 million | Bournemouth | Fulham
Denis Berisha | £53 million | Arsenal | N/A
Dele Alli | £50 million | Tottenham | Tottenham
Andre Dozzell | £43.5 million | Newcastle | Ipswich Town
Josh Tymon | £36 million | Burnley | Stoke City
Piers Stupple | £30 million | Bournemouth | N/A
Harry Kane | £28.5 million | Tottenham | Tottenham
Darren Crabtree | £28.5 million | Bournemouth | N/A
Gary Bull | £20 million | Paris Saint-Germain | N/A
Eric Dier | £15 million | Watford | Tottenham
John Stones | £15 million | Southampton | Manchester City
Jordan Pickford | £13.75 million | Everton | Everton
Angus Gunn | £7 million | Aston Villa | Southampton
Jack Butland | £6.25 million | Stoke | Stoke
The manager? Former Derby and West Ham defender, Croatian Igor Stimac.
Incidentally, that England side had just reached Euro 2028 on the game before losing to France 2-0 in the semi-finals.
The eventually winners? Serbia…