There has long-been a gripe from English managers over recent decades regarding the lack of homegrown stars being handed opportunities in the Premier League.
From Sven-Goran Eriksson to Fabio Capello to Gareth Southgate, Three Lions bosses have regularly bemoaned the limited exposure for the most promising English youngsters in the top flight.
This was particularly pertinent during the era where the national team seemed to plunge to new depths in every international tournament and admiring glances were taken in the direction of other nations such as Spain and Italy who saw a large proportion of their domestic leagues made up of homegrown stars.
Several young English players like Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka are shining in the Premier League
This has given a huge boost to…