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Solanke’s name ‘in the hat’ for England Euro 2024 squad, says Cole – ‘Natural finisher’.



“In the hat” for England’s Euro 2024 squad is Solanke’s name, according to Cole — “Natural finisher” (TBS) After a stellar

season with Bournemouth, Joe Cole predicts that Dominic Solanke will have “suitors looking at him” and is “in the hat” to be named to England’s Euro 2024 squad. Cole has nothing but praise for Kalvin Phillips, the West Ham midfielder who has just signed with a new club and has the potential to “be a real star.” Discover+ and TNT Sports will broadcast the West Ham vs. Bournemouth match live.Having “his name right in the hat” for England’s Euro 2024 squad, Dominic Solanke will have “suitors looking at him” following a fantastic season for Bournemouth, according to Joe Cole.

In 2023–24, the forward for the Cherries has been absolutely brilliant, leading the Premier League in goals scored with twelve. Only Mohamed Salah and Erling Haaland have scored more, with fourteen each.Cole, a sports analyst for TNT, gushed over the 26-year-old in his pregame remarks before Thursday night’s match between Bournemouth and West Ham at the London Stadium.With Steve Holland, Gareth Southgate’s assistant, watching from the sidelines, Cole mentioned that Solanke, who has only one cap from a 2017 friendly against Brazil, may be considered for a call-up to the national team for Euro 2024.

Any time a footballer reaches his or her full potential, I’m happy for them. With his “natural finishing touch,” he’s one of those players, Cole remarked.

“You must just determine your level. A little self-doubt (such, “Am I going to be a Championship player?”) is normal, but he persisted nevertheless. He’s now a first-rate Premier League player.He has scored more goals than any Englishman. He’s finally maturing into the kind of player we predicted he would be. He’s a fantastic young man, he’s at the head of the pack, and potential suitors will be keeping an eye on him.

You also can’t ignore England. His name is also in the running for a tournament that will be held this summer.After making his West Ham debut in the starting lineup following a January loan move from Manchester City, Kalvin Phillips is another man who will be on the radar of Holland and Southgate come Thursday night.

Phillips, an England player, is looking to get back on track in east London after a dismal 18 months with City, where he started only twice in the Premier League.