Sinclair to Wickham, The Future of the England Team: Quietly Brilliant


In light of Henderson and Phil Jones’ big money moves, we here at Two Liverpool Fans, offers you guys a taster to what else you guys might see over the coming years to do with The Three Lions

Connor Wickham

Connor Wickham
Age:18

Club:Ipswich Town

Contract Ends: 2014

Position:Striker

Value:€13m

10-11 apps: 41 (9 goals)

 

Who’s Interested?: Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Just about all the big teams
Percent chance of leaving: 25%

A lot of interest for the young striker who shot to fame when he steered England Under-17s to the European Championship title just last summer. A striker that has already been likened to the legendary Alan Shearer, Wickham is seen as the boy whom will soon lead England to World Cup victory when he comes of age. Although his goal to appearance ratio isn’t exactly that impressive, he sets up many goals as well, and just being 18, he has a long way to go.

Cameron Stewart

Cameron Stewart
Age:20Club:Hull CityContract Ends: 2014
Position: Right Midfielder/StrikerValue:€300k10-11 apps: 20 (0 goals)

 

Who’s Interested?: Noone
Percent chance of leaving: 5%

For Cameron Stewart here, it is the case of who SHOULD move in the summer. Not really a goalscorer, but he certainly knows how to pass the ball, in just 14 appearances (not starts) in the Championship, he has garnered 4 assists. Not bad for a young midfielder eh?

Used to be a Manchester United player, and even made the bench for a Champions League tie against Wolfsburg, but was eventually an unused substitute on that day. He moved to Hull City on loan, and after several impressive performances, Hull City snapped him up on a permanent deal. He has even been featured on IMScouting.com, the top scouting agency on the web.

Scott Sinclair

Scott Sinclair
Age:22Club:SwanseaContract Ends: 2013
Position:WingerValue:€1m10-11 apps: 43 (19 goals)

 

Who’s Interested?: No Genuine Interest
Percent chance of leaving: 5%

19 goals a season is a very good number, and that’s even better when you’re just a winger. He landed himself in Swansea folklore after he managed to score a hat-trick against Reading to send them into the Premier League for the first time in their history.

A former Chelsea academy graduate with bags of pace and skill, Sinclair will certainly be the man that Swansea will rely on to get the goals next term when they are in the Premier League. With some Premier League experience himself, that will be extremely vital to Swansea’s survival chances next season.

Nathan Chalobah

Nathan Chalobah
Age:16Club:Chelsea FCContract Ends: 2013
Position: CenterbackValue:€1m10-11 apps: 26 (7 goals)

 

Who’s Interested?: No Genuine Interest
Percent chance of leaving: Almost 0%

Nathan Chalobah, remember the name, because mark my words, he will be big very soon. The youngest in the Under 17 team, baring Raheem Sterling, and he already has the most appearances, and is the biggest figure in the team. Already instrumental in the reserves for Chelsea FC and was really helpful in the squad to winning the reserves title this season.

Along with that, he’s got that leadership ability, being captain at various different levels whilst being on the rise down in London over the past 2 years.

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