Leave out Maguire and Sancho, take White and Saka – the England squad Southgate must pick for the World Cup

clearly, Harry King is given.

The Tottenham striker is by far the best striker in England and any hope of a World Cup success rests on his shoulders.

I would then take Tammy Abraham And the Evan Tony Kaldaman backup Kane in the role of central beating.

Abraham has been a huge success in Italy and deserves his place on the board for what he achieved following his move from Chelsea.

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And Tony was excellent with Brentford and proved to be a real threat in the Premier League.

However, none of these trio are particularly fast, and you always want speed in your attack, so I’ll bring it in as well. Raheem Sterling And the Marcus Rashford.

Before the injury kept him out of Southgate’s latest squad, Rashford was scoring again for United and looking at his best.

He could offer something a little different off the bench if needed and Sterling’s international record speaks for itself.

Bukayo Saka He should go and show exactly what he can do against Germany when he is used in his right position on the right side of the attack, rather than getting lost at left-back as we saw against Italy.

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