Norwich City goalkeeper Angus Gunn could make his England debut against Brazil, Gareth Southgate has confirmed.

The England boss says that he has no hesitation in selecting him against Brazil on Tuesday.

England host Brazil at Wembley on Tuesday night, with Gunn having been called up after an injury to Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland.

Gunn could now be set for his senior England bow. He played for England’s under-21 side last Friday, keeping a clean sheet in a 2-0 win over Ukraine.

The 21-year-old is on a season-long loan at Norwich from Premier League side Manchester City.

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He is, however, Norwich-born and has supported the club since his he was a child, with his dad a Norwich hall-of-famer – Bryan Gunn.

His father played for Scotland at international level, but Angus’ commitments appear to be fully concentrated on England.

As quoted by The Pink’Un, Southgate said this when asked about Gunn:

Angus has worked with the under-21s with us, he’s playing in the league. The other two – captain of the Under-20 World Cup winners (Cook) and Golden Boot winner in the Under-20s World Cup (Solanke). They’ve got good pedigree, and we won’t hesitate to put them on the pitch.

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