Phil Foden could have a major impact at the Euros.
The 21-year old enjoyed a blistering season with Manchester City and was named PFA Young Player of the Year.
Michael Owen, who is England’s youngest-ever player and goalscorer in the history of the competition believes Foden could be one of the greats of the game.
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“I think he’s special to be honest,” Owen said.
“We can get carried away. I look at some people saying he’s the next such-and-such, and he’s the next such-and-such, and I’m thinking, ‘come on, he’s not even in the same stratosphere as some of these players we’re comparing them to’.
“Foden is different. I think we’re talking about someone that could be a great. He could be world-class. Everything he does is so easy on the eye.
“He oozes class and sometimes a player comes along every generation; I was one, Steven Gerrard was one 20 years ago, then a Wayne Rooney came along and I think Phil Foden could be another one that comes along.”
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