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West Ham youngster could see int’l chances fade away due to generational problem – Opinion

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There’s no doubting Diangana’s obvious talent and his impressive form so far this season for West Brom, but his international future could be in serious doubt though no fault of his own due to the incredible generation of attacking players currently coming through in the England set-up, which will seemingly leave the West Ham youngster left behind.

For the first time in what seems like an eternity, the future looks extremely bright for England, and West Ham might have some part to play in that.

The likes of Eberechi Eze and Todd Cantwell, who started on the bench, are players who have an abundance of Championship experience as their numbers from Transfermarkt show compared to what Diangana has to show for, and the problem only worsens for the West Ham youngster when you move into the England U-21 starting XI.

Indeed, many West Ham fans would believe that Diangana, in particular, could be able to establish himself as a member of Aidy Boothroyd’s England U-21 squad based on how well the winger has done on loan for West Brom this season, with the winger scoring three goals in four appearances as numbers from Transfermarkt show.

However, the 21-year-old is yet to even make it to the bench despite being called up to the squad during the recent international break, with Diangana missing out in England’s wins against Turkey and Kosovo, yet, it is seemingly likely that this is not down to the West Ham winger’s abilities but rather the quality Boothroyd has to choose from.

When you look at the 20-man England squad that faced off against Kosovo, it is easy to see why Diangana failed to make the matchday team.

The emergence of Declan Rice to the England senior squad has seen Gareth Southgate add yet another exciting young talent to the national fold, and the inclusion of both Nathan Trott and Grady Diangana for England’s U-21s could see the number of Hammers representing the Three Lions increase in the future.
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