The Premier League season might be over but England will be back in action sooner than you think.
Gareth Southgate has just announced the Three Lions squad that will be heading to Portugal for the UEFA Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands.
Here’s the squad in full:
The good news for England AND Spurs is that Harry Kane has been declared fit enough to travel with the rest of the squad.
Spurs fans can be forgiven for getting a bit giddy at Kane’s inclusion, with the decision all but revealing the striker will be fit to face Liverpool in the Champions League final.
England’s captain has been sidelined with an ankle injury since the start of April but his return to action appears to be on the horizon.
England qualified for the Nations League finals after memorable wins over Croatia and Spain – helping the Three Lions to top the group by a single point.
Southgate’s boys are now looking to become the inaugural winners of UEFA’s latest Frankenstein competition.
A tough looking semi-final against the Netherlands will take place on Thursday June 6, with the tournament concluding just three days later on Sunday June 9.
Should the Three Lions fail to get past Virgil van Dijk and co, then yet another third-place play-off would be on the agenda for Southgate’s side.
If England make it all the way to the final, they will face either Switzerland or host nation Portugal.
It’s coming home.
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