It became clear pretty rapidly that there was no way Euro 2020 might go ahead this year, but the decision to postpone it for a year might have some benefits.

A lot of the conversation from England earlier the Corona virus crisis took hold was the number of important performers who could end up missing the tournament through damage, so this gives them plenty of time to get fit. England Vs Croatia Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.

Rashford and other England players who will benefit from Euro 2020 postponement
Rashford and other England players who will benefit from Euro 2020 postponement

There is also the probability that some players could use the extra year to kick on and force their way into the team, so here is a look some players who might benefit from the postponement.

Marcus Rashford Manchester United

His injury just look like to get worse with every passing day, it went from being out for a few weeks to miss the rest of the term, so there was no way that he would be in a position to play this Summer.

He had exposed the ability to lead a very ordinary Manchester United side and he counted regularly while being the main man. Next term promises to be happier at Old Trafford so he should have a whole year to recover his fitness while ongoing to develop.

Harry Kane Spurs for now

It would not be a build-up to a nationwide tournament for England without their talisman struggling through damage to try and get fit, so it was Harry Kane who took on that role this year. Football fans England Euro Cup Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.

A lot of this might come down to a Spurs side who are apparently in free fall with Mourinho working his charmed. That means it is likely that Kane might look to move anywhere else this summertime, but at least he will get one more term to get fit and possibly even learn to perform in a new arrangement, which could always be valuable for Gareth Southgate.

Dean Henderson Manchester United

Every England keeper goes through a stage of looking unbelievable before it all goes immoral, it happened with Jack Butland and Joe Hart and, while Jordan Pickford is going through a similar stage. Dean Henderson is still in that stage where he is influencing everyone and continues to develop, so Euro 2021 might be ideal for him.

He would need to either take over from David de Gea or go out on loan again and have an impressive campaign, but it’s easy to see him pushing for that spot between the sticks.

Jack Grealish Aston Villa 

Grealish could be faced with a big choice next season, even if Aston Villa does not go down. He is a standout player in a smaller team, with the ability to change a game. The problem might be that Southgate will want to see him do that for a bigger side, but he might get the chance to do that.

Rashford and other England players who will benefit from Euro 2020 postponement
Rashford and other England players who will benefit from Euro 2020 postponement

It will then depend if he is still able to shine once he moves rather than becoming just another player on a big side. He will need to choose carefully, but this might play right into his hands.

Joe Gomez Liverpool

England went through a spell of consuming a lot of standout center-backs. Gary Cahill, John Stones, Michael Keane, Harry Maguire, Kyle Walker, and James Tarkowski all looked impressive, but they have all reverted since the last world cup.

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