England stars’ Euro 2024 kit order leaked with Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane getting special treatment

England stars’ Euro 2024 kit order leaked with Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane getting special treatment

HARRY KANE and Jude Bellingham get special treatment in England’s kit order.

The Three Lions face Holland in the semi-final tonight after beating Switzerland 5-3 on penalties in the previous round.

RexJude Bellingham and Harry Kane made special requests for extra shirts[/caption]

Sport BildEngland made this kit order for the Switzerland game[/caption]

Sport BildEngland left their dressing room tidily after reaching the semi-final[/caption]

Sport BildTwo bottles of white wine were consumed[/caption]

Once the players left the stadium in Dusseldorf and returned to their luxury base in Blankenhain, a reporter from German newspaper Bild went into the dressing room.

And they claim to have found England‘s kit order for the match against the Swiss.

The leaked document shows that Gareth Southgate‘s side ordered 46 shirts for outfield players.

It equates to every England ace being given two for the match.

Just four kits were needed in small, 16 in medium, 22 in large and four in extra large, with nine jerseys for goalkeepers added to the order.

England also had to specifically request for the match logo and sleeve badges to be applied.

And it appears that Kane and Bellingham get the best treatment from the kit man.

The document claims that both stars demanded five extra shirts from Nike for the quarter-final clash.


It is unclear what the reason is behind the bonus orders.

Bild’s search of the incredibly clean dressing room also revealed that two bottles of £20 white wine were drank – supposedly by Southgate and his coaching team.

Pizza boxes and empty beer cans were also spotted in the rubbish bin, which were believed to have been consumed by the squad.

Jack Wilshere on Harry Kane

SunSport’s Euro 2024 columnist Jack Wilshere gives his verdict on the Harry Kane dilemma…

HARRY KANE should start against Holland.

But we need to be more pro-active with our substitutions and keep the energy in the team.

In the first half against Switzerland, we saw that if you set up in a certain structure, Harry can do it.

I hear people say, ‘Harry can’t press’ but of course he can.

Can he sustain it for 90 minutes? I’m not sure, he may prove us wrong.

But regardless of that, we have to be more front foot with our changes, rather than waiting and reacting to what the opposition are doing.

People used to talk about Gareth Southgate not taking Harry off.

He did it against the Swiss and it worked.

We proved we can win a penalty shootout without him.

So play Harry from the start and tell him: “Give me everything until you can no longer.”

Harry is OK with that. He’s the captain, he wants what is best for the team.

Read more from ex-England and Arsenal star Jack Wilshere.

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