England may not have made it all the way to Euro 2020, but Gareth Southgate’s heroes have emerged with a newly increased supply.
Already, speculation is rife about the future of Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips, who have played in the Three Lions midfielder throughout the tournament.
Leeds hero Phillips, who helped inspire his childhood club to a ninth place finish in the Premier League last season, is certainly the best example.
As a result of his summer exploits, the ‘Yorkshire Pirlo’ is linked with clubs like Liverpool.
And according to Arsenal legend Perry Groves, the 25-year-old is now worth £ 100million.
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“Kalvin Phillips is a perfect fit for Liverpool,” Groves told talkSPORT.
“The energy with which they play, the closing, his athleticism, his range of passing.
“What would it cost? £ 100million.
However, Leeds fans will be delighted to hear that it seems unlikely that Phillips will leave Elland Road this summer.
His agent Kevin Sharp, himself a former Leeds player, recently said: “There may be clubs currently considering Kalvin because the more successful you are – playing for England in big tournaments – naturally arouses interest.
“But Kalvin is happy at Leeds and has no desire to move.
“It’s more about ‘keep up with what you do for the club and the country’.”