Tottenham Hotspur will be well represented in Wayne Rooney’s final match for England tomorrow at Wembley.

As usual, Spurs have had a whole host of English stars called up to the national side, including captain Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, and Harry Winks.

Kieran Trippier was forced to withdraw with a groin injury, and Danny Rose remains on the side lines with a long term problem.

However, it isn’t just the England camp in which you can find Spurs stars, as the USA have called up Tottenham youngster Cameron Carter-Vickers.

The 20-year-old centre back is currently on loan at Swansea in the Championship, but will be hoping to both add to his six international caps and impress Poch on the international stage.

Carter-Vickers has struggled for game time in Wales so far this season, starting just two Championship games.

With the strong emergence of Juan Foyth this season at Spurs, Carter-Vickers will need to up his game.

He told the Standard: “I am enjoying it, the manager is good and so is the team, the manager wants us to play in the right way, playing out the back, keeping possession. I feel like I am improving.

“The way I am, I just take it as it goes. At the moment I am at Swansea, trying to impress and get results there, and then when I go back to Tottenham at the end of the season then we’ll have to look at the picture from there.”

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