Gareth Southgate’s next England squad could be seeing an unexpected return. With Tom Cleverley ready to be back in the crease.
The Three Lions have Germany and Brazil in friendlies at Wembley one month from now. And it’s suspected that the former Manchester United Tom Cleverley is in dispute make an appearance, according to ESPN.
In the wake of breaking into the United side, Tom Cleverley got a sum of 13 caps for the England side – his debut coming on against Italy in a 2-1 win on 15 August 2012.
His latest appearance was in Germany, in November 2013. After four years on he may well influence his arrival to the team against the Joachim Low’s side.
Having seen his career take a descending winding, with entirely unsuccessful stretches at Aston Villa and Everton individually. In any case, he joined Watford on credit for the second time in his career in January, and the move was made permanent.
Under the tutelage of Marco Silva, the 28-year old has been amazing and assumed a crucial part in the club’s phenomenal start to the season which as of now observes the Hornets lie in eighth place in the Premier League.
Cleverley scored the winning goal against Arsenal at Vicarage Road a little while back and could be remunerated for his current showcases with a place in the squad for the following lot of games.
The likes of Adam Lallana, Ross Barkley, and Cleverley’s Watford associate Nathaniel Chalobah are sidelined through injury right now. Bringing about Spurs’ midfielder Harry Winks influencing his national team debut against Lithuania a month ago.
What’s more, the relative deficiency of central midfield choices could give Cleverley a course once more into international football. Sources from ESPN say that Southgate has been watching Cleverley and has gotten some information about him.