Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips played 120 minutes as England secured passage to the UEFA EURO 2020 Final at Wembley.
The 25-year-old midfielder turned in yet another strong performance in the Three Lions’ engine room as Denmark were defeated 2-1 after extra-time.
Fast becoming Leeds United’s favourite son, Phillips was pictured after the game adorning a ‘Granny Val 14′ shirt, paying tribute to his late grandmother, a charismatic lady who captured Leeds fans’ imaginations in the Amazon Prime documentary ‘Take Us Home‘.
On the transfer front, Leeds have secured three permanent signings already this summer, with Junior Firpo, Jack Harrison and Amari Miller joining the club.
Speculation is rife regarding a possible fourth incoming, with Wigan Athletic teenager Sean McGurk heavily tipped to join up with Mark Jackson’s U23s.
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