Livramento? bow? Show? The uncapped players who could still make England’s squad for the 2022 World Cup – The Athletic Share England have qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and the only people who think more about who will make the roster than Gareth Southgate are, of course, football journalists. Gareth Southgate’s squad made it to the Euro 2020 final and the manager is known to prefer his tried and trusted stalwarts so there may not be a massive churn between tournaments. However, recent debuts for Aaron Ramsdale, Conor Gallagher and Emile Smith Rowe show that the England boss is willing to give players in form a chance. With that in mind, eight writers from The Athletic have listed the uncapped players they believe could and should be in the fray in 12 months… Tino Livramento (Southampton, 19) If Tino Livramento continues to exceed everyone’s expectations for the rest of the 2021-22 season while remaining injury-free, he should definitely be a contender. The right-back hadn’t played a minute of senior football until he came to Southampton from Chelsea in the summer, but he has quickly established himself as one of the club’s key – and talented – players. Livramento has capitulated three times for England’s Under-21s and will no doubt be on Southgate’s radar. He’ll have Kyle Walker, Share Brentford BrentfordBrighton & Hove Albion Brighton & Hove AlbionCrystal Palace Crystal PalaceEngland EnglandEredivisieinternational footballLeicester City Leicester CityLiverpool LiverpoolSouthampton SouthamptonTottenham Hotspur Tottenham HotspurukWest Ham United West Ham United Sam Give a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.