Dortmund want Chelsea FC starlet to replace Jadon Sancho


England face the Czech Republic on Friday and Montenegro on Monday night in the qualifying stages for the European Championships 2020, before the Three Lions face the Netherlands in the semi-final of the UEFA Nations League in June.

"That was big for us, to prove to everyone that it wasn't just a one-off and that this team are really building for something special".

According to Kane, he said: "Our aim is to win the Nations League and we can do that if we are fully focused on our job".

"Whether we play for one club or another, when we come here we get on very well".

"Every top team is trying to improve and we saw some top nations at the World Cup like France and Croatia, but we have to focus on ourselves".

"Everyone handles expectations differently".

"We put that to one side, even the Liverpool and City boys".

England captain Harry Kane won the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup but thinks lifting the Nations League would eclipse that feeling.

Dortmund want Chelsea FC starlet to replace Jadon Sancho
Dortmund want Chelsea FC starlet to replace Jadon Sancho

"You always want to go on, you always want to go on and win".

Wembley will host the semi-finals and final of that tournament, while England will also play their group games on home soil should they qualify.

The report details that Dortmund would turn to 18-year-old Hudson-Odoi if they need to find a replacement, who has linked up with Sancho during the global break with the senior England squad.

"People say between 26 to 29 and 30 is your prime".

"In all honesty, I haven't seen a great deal of him and I like to reserve judgement until I have seen a player in the flesh when you can see work rate off the ball, as well as creativity on it".

"In terms of Hudson-Odoi being linked with Bayern Munich, it makes sense and I'd look at it and think it's an easy decision for him to make", he continued.

"I think players like [Cristiano] Ronaldo and [Lionel] Messi have proven that".

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