Liverpool in for Hudson-Odoi as Mane rumours continue

Liverpool in for Hudson-Odoi as Mane rumours continue

Gareth Southgate defied the odds to guide his side to the semi-finals of the World Cup last summer but Kane feels securing silverware with success in the Nations League in Portugal would surpass 2018's achievements.

Speaking ahead of the Euro 2020 qualifying game against Czech Republic on Friday, Southgate confirmed that Hudson-Odoi is ready to feature if required, and that he is in the squad on merit.

"But we know the chance to play a Euros where most of the games are at home is an wonderful opportunity and you don't often get that in your career so we will try and make the most of it".

Jordan Henderson is determined to win trophies with Liverpool and England after falling short at crucial moments during recent years. "We still have players who are very young and inexperienced in this squad, so we have to manage them and make sure everyone's okay and comfortable with the situation".

England captain Harry Kane won the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup but thinks lifting the Nations League would eclipse that feeling.

Jessica Simpson gives birth to baby girl
At the time, she talked about having "baby fever" while she admitted still being "very attracted" to her husband. This has been a tough pregnancy but she knows it will all be worth it when she's holding that little baby.

"I think we feel that expectation where people now expect us to do well and I think before the World Cup there was no expectation", he said. You go through spells like that during the season. "We want to make fans happy and be proud", said Kane, who won the golden boot in Russian Federation as top scorer with six goals.

"Expectation will change and things like that, but that is good for us, as long as we know what we want to do and achieve as a group that will be really important", he said.

"That was big for us, to prove that it wasn't just a one-off, that this team were really building for something special". I've still got a little bit to go because 26 isn't too old - even if it feels it in this squad!

"Young players who are maybe only starting now who are going to be more experienced and even better in a few years. And that gives you that bit more to want to get back there and want to put it right".

Hudson-Odoyi barely has any first-team experience, playing just 199 minutes in the Premier League, but he is highly-rated with Bayern Munich trying to sign him for £35million in the January transfer window.

Related Articles