He has since featured pretty regularly for the Blues, scoring 16 times in 126 matches, and has three senior England caps. Never quite able to hammer down a regular starting place amid a myriad of attacking options, he signed for Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen on loan at the beginning of this season. Scored his first goal against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League just this week. Callum Hudson-Odoi opened his account for Bayer Leverkusen against Atletico in midweekJoel Latibeaudiere - The centre-back was at Man City at the time but didn't make a senior appearance for the club, spending the 2019-20 season on loan at FC Twente in Holland. He signed for Swansea in October 2020, where he features regularly in the Championship, usually on the right side of midfield.
Will hope to inspire Russell Martin's team back to the Premier League. Switched national team allegiance to Jamaica earlier this year. Joel Latibeaudiere in action for Swansea during their win over Cardiff in last Sunday's derbySteven Sessegnon - The twin brother of Ryan, who shone at Fulham before moving to Tottenham. Steven also came through in Fulham's well-regarded academy and played five times during the World Cup journey at right-back. Though he remains at Fulham, he has made just 19 appearances for them and has been out on loan at Bristol City, Plymouth Argyle and, at the moment, Charlton Athletic.
Unfortunately that EFL Cup appearance against Barnsley would prove to be his one and only Spurs appearance. Turning down a new contract offer in January 2020, he joined Stoke City, where he hasn't been able to become a regular starter. The midfielder is currently on loan at Lincoln City in League One. Tashan Oakley-Boothe is spending the season on loan at League One Lincoln from Stoke CityRhian Brewster - The striker's eight goals, including the one that sparked England's comeback in the final, earned him the Golden Boot for top goalscorer. He'd already been in and around the Liverpool first team picture with Jurgen Klopp putting him amongst his substitutes.
That didn't work out, with Panzo sent out on loan to Belgian club Cercle Brugge before being sold to Dijon. He duly returned to English football and reunited with Cooper by signing for Nottingham Forest back in January. Having barely played in the second half of Forest's promotion season, Panzo was loaned out to Championship Coventry for this campaign. Jonathan Panzo (left) is spending the season on loan at Coventry City from Nottingham ForestPhil Foden - What a success story in the five years since! Foden shot to wider prominence when he was named player of the tournament in 2017, having scored twice in the final against Spain. He has since become a crucial player for the most successful club side in the country, Manchester City, and also increasingly so for Gareth Southgate's England. Still only 22, Foden has played almost 200 games for City and has 18 England caps, with his name likely to be on the teamsheet at the World Cup in Qatar next month.
He returned to play for Wycombe the following year but ended up out on loan in non-league football at Walton Casuals and Eastbourne Borough. Moved back up to the north-west following his release from Wycombe without making an appearance and is now at Northern Premier League club Lancaster City. Curtis Anderson celebrates a crucial spot-kick save in the la