The spectacular form of Dan Burn continues

Manchester Express

Dan Burn moved from Brighton to Newcastle in January but has not yet won a first senior international call-up for England. The former Seagull defender has made an impression since joining Eddie Howe’s side at St James’ Park. Burn left the Seagulls in January and since his move has helped the Magpies move significantly clear of the relegation zone.

In spite of his recent excellent performance for the Magpies. However, The Three Lions has not yet called up to the former Brighton player. According to OLGB, he is the fourth unluckiest player not to receive a call-up for England. Dan Burn was not named for upcoming matches. They were against Switzerland and Cote d’Ivoire.

Though Fikayo Tomori of AC Milan, a former Chelsea player, was ranked second behind Jadon Sancho. He received 19.31 % of the votes. Burn, meanwhile, received 9.66 % of the votes.

Dan Burn among the unluckiest players

Meanwhile tonny (15.88%) of Brentford was the only player to rank above Burn. Here is the full list of the 11 players OLGB felt deserved a call up.

Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) 19.31%Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan) 16.95%Ivan Toney (Brentford) 15.88%Dan Burn (Newcastle United) 9.66%James Maddison (Leicester City) 7. 94%Jacob Ramsey (Aston Villa) 7.30%Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) 6.01%Matt Target (Newcastle United) 5. 36%Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur) 5.36%Craig Dawson (West Ham United) 4. 08%Trevoh Chalobah (Chelsea) 2.15%

However, he believes he developed into the player he is today thanks to the experience he gained in non-league football. He was released by Newcastle United as an 11-year-old in 2004. Before moving to Brighton for a £13million fee in January.

Blyth Spartans offered him a scholarship as a youngster, and he earned a move to Darlington at age 16. Burn rose to even greater heights when Fulham called in 2011. After impressive spells at Wigan and Brighton, he is now back at his boyhood club and relishing the success.

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