- Phil Foden's new hairstyle has got supporters comparing him to the legendary England attacking midfielder Paul Gascoigne
- The Manchester City star will be making his first appearance in the European championships with the Three Lions
- Gareth Southgate's men have been grouped alongside two Eastern European team Croatia and Czech Republic as well as neighbours Scotland
Phil Foden is wearing a new look after dying his hair and fans have got social media buzzing that the Man City star is the next Paul Gascoigne, Sport Bible.
The 21-year-old will be part of Gareth Southgate's squad that will help England compete for their first European title.
The Three Lions will begin their campaign against 1996 finalists Croatia and Foden has psyched himself up by tinting his hair white.
Foden barber posted the new hairstyle on Instagram and it has got fans making comparisons about the City forward with the legendary Gascoigne.
Gascoigne was wearing the same look as Foden when he scored a beauty of a goal when England beat neighbours Scotland at Euro 96'.
And the English side have been grouped alongside the Scots who are making it to their first campaign in 25 years.
The England faithful are hoping Foden can inspire Southgate's men in a similar way Gascoigne did all those years ago.
The Czech Republic are also in the group and the Three Lions have been tipped to make it through to the next stage will caliber of stars in the squad.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kevin De Bruyne has scooped the 2020-21 Premier League Player of the Year Award ahead Man City teammate Rueben Dias and Tottenham's Harry Kane, Sport Bible.
The Belgian midfield maestro also won the award during the 2019-20 season despite the Citizens finishing 18 points behind leaders Liverpool.
The 29-year-old scored six league goals as his fellow Premier League players voted him as the best for the second consecutive campaign.
Dias on the other hand, won the Football Writer's Award but the league's top scorer with the highest assist failed to land another individual accolade.