Found October 22, 2012 on
Raheem Sterling could be set for an England debut next month.
Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson has hinted that he could use the 17-year-old in the scheduled friendly against Sweden.
Sterling currently turns out for the U21-s but received a call into the senior squad for a FIFA World Cup qualifier in September.
He did not feature but it seems a debut is now imminent.
"I will use the November game in Sweden to look at a few players and Sterling is one," said Hodgson.
"We allowed him to go with the U21-s last time when we might well have taken him into our squad had they not had such an important game."
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