Newcastle goalkeeper Freddie Woodman played well for England in the Toulouse tournament that the U21 team won on Saturday by beating Mexico 2-1 in the final.
That was the third year in a row that England have won the tournament.
Rafa Benitez will very likely loan Woodman out for the season, and the Chronicle is reporting today that at least six clubs want to take the 21-year-old on loan.
Freddie looked an accomplished goalkeeper in Toulouse and was voted the best goalkeeper in the tournament.
Freddie Woodman – in Newcastle’s colors
And that follows on from last summer when Woodman starred for the England U20 side who beat Venezuela 1-0 in the final in South Korea to win the World U20 championship.
Chronicle Live is reporting Woodman already has two Scottish Premiership sides, a Championship club, and three teams in League One who are ready to offer him a season-long loan for the upcoming season.
It’s essential that Freddie plays every week, but he is good enough now to be playing Championship football.
So the highest level would be the best for him for next season – as long as he plays every week.
What do you think?