Kane's future is the most talked-about topic among fans. He is considering whether to stay with Tottenham for his entire career and become a legend like Totti or seek a new challenge elsewhere. Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid are reportedly interested in him.
Madison, the most exciting midfielder in the current England team, is also worth keeping an eye on. Leicester City's relegation makes it highly likely that he will leave, with rumors linking him to Arsenal and Newcastle.
Maguire lost his starting position at Manchester United, but he remains a regular in the national team. He must find a stable playing club this summer, or even Southgate cannot continue to rely on a player who warms the bench. Personally, I think a move to Serie A would be more appropriate.
As the main holding midfielder, Rice's defensive and attacking performances are impressive, and it is time for him to leave West Ham for a new challenge. Arsenal is a good choice in my opinion. With Xhaka leaving, he can take over perfectly. In any case, he shouldn't go to Manchester City. From Rodwell to Delph and now to Phillips, I feel that this position is not conducive to the development of local players in Manchester City.
Other English players on the verge of the national team also face transfer choices. Praet, who can play a key role in a mid-table team, is one of them. Connolly has performed well at Brighton, but it may be difficult for him to return to Chelsea as a starter. It's up to him to stay and wait for an opportunity or leave immediately. Left winger Barnes has also had a good season, and it remains unknown which team he will join.
In addition, there are some young talents in the Championship who are worth watching. Scott, for example, was nearly bought by West Ham, but Hull City refused to let him go for less than £25 million. It is uncertain whether he will leave this summer. McCarty, who initially struggled to adapt to the physicality of the Championship at Sheffield United due to his physical condition, gradually adapted and played well, becoming a key player in Sheffield United's promotion. However, it is uncertain whether he will have a chance to play at Manchester City.
Perhaps he will return to Sheffield United on loan for a year in the Premier League. Bellis, who was loaned out by Manchester City, won promotion with Kompany and is expected to continue his development at Burnley next season. Partey, a midfielder produced by Arsenal with Spanish ancestry, has good foot skills and played as a starter in the Championship for a year. He hopes to be loaned out to the Bundesliga or Ligue 1 next season to test himself. Laird played as a starter at Queen's Park Rangers this season, and after returning to Manchester United, he can provide cover for Wan-Bissaka or go on loan to a mid-to-lower table Premier League team such as Luton.
To sum up, this summer's transfer window is very lively, and we hope that these English players will find their new homes.