England Under-21s: Which players will be on the move after Euros triumph?

On Saturday evening, England under-21s became European Champions after overcoming Spain under-21s in a dramatic final in Georgia. Lee Carsley's men won courtesy of a goal from Curtis Jones, although the Liverpool midfielder didn't know much about it with the ball simply deflecting off him from a Cole Palmer free-kick.

James Trafford was the true hero on the night, though, thanks to his heroics in stoppage time. The Manchester CIity goalkeeper pounced to his right to deny Abel Ruiz from the penalty spot before then also keeping the immediate rebound from going into the England net.

In helping England become European under-21 champions for the first time in 39 years, much will be expected of the young lions in the years ahead. But, what about their immediate future? Here are five members of the squad who may well be on the move this summer after their exploits this summer.

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James Trafford

The hero of the night and the man who went the entire tournament without seeing a ball pass him into his goal is the only member of the squad who seems to be nailed on for a move this summer. Trafford played on loan at Bolton Wanderers last season and has had a summer he will never forget. Despite that, the 20-year-old is unlikely to get many opportunities at his parent club, Manchester City, and he is set for a move in the coming days.

Burnley have had a bid accepted for the goalkeeper which is said to be worth £14m upfront and another £5m in achievable add-ons. The deal was struck before his heroics on Saturday evening which City may well be rueing. He is expected to sign a long-term contract at Turf Moor in the coming days and he will work under ex-City skipper, Vincent Kompany, who was been busy signing other plays this summer already.

Levi Colwill

Levi Colwill may well have been the man to give away the penalty in the dying minutes of stoppage last time, but that doesn't take away from the fact that he had an excellent tournament for the Three Lions. Colwill also performed well on loan at Brighton last summer and speculation is rife about where he will end up next season, either on loan again or permanently.

Colwill is a Chelsea player and the club are understood to be keen on keeping him at Stamford Bridge. However, Colwill may well decide to push for a move if he feels like first-team opportunities will be hard to come by in West London. Brighton are reportedly keen on acquiring Colwill on a permanent basis while Liverpool are also said to be interested in the 20-year-old.

Taylor Harwood-Bellis

Harwood-Bellis is another member of the under-21 squad who was on loan from their parent club last season with the defender a key part of Burnley's promotion side. Harwood-Bellis displayed all of his leadership skills at the European Championships this summer as the captain of the side and is attracting attention from elsewhere.

Like Trafford, Harwood-Bellis belongs to Manchester City but there isn't much chance of him breaking into Guardiola's side next season given their quality at the back. City are reportedly asking for £15m for the 21-year-old and Burnley are currently the favourites to get the deal done. West Ham and Fulham are also reportedly keen on acquiring him.

Cole Palmer

Cole Palmer is another Manchester City player who could be on the move this season, however, it is believed that the club would only be open to a loan move for the forward. Palmer is yet to experience a loan move away from the club but could benefit from one after failing to establish himself as a regular in the City team.

Palmer would attract a lot of attention from Premier League clubs should he be loaned out and Brighton are reportedly the frontrunners for his signature as things stand. The chance for him to play first-team football under Roberto de Zerbi for an entire season could do wonders for his development, especially when you consider how other youngsters have fared under his tutorage at the Amex Stadium.

Cameron Archer

Last season, Cameron Archer made a loan move to Middlesbrough from Aton Villa in January to play as the centre-forward in Michael Carrick's team. The 21-year-old enjoyed himself in the North East, netting 11 goals in 22 matches as Middlesbrough made it all the way to the playoff final.

Archer wasn't a first choice for Lee Carsley this summer at the European Championships but that doesn't take away from the fact that he is a very promising striker. Unai Emery will be keen to keep hold of Archer but with Ollie Watkins firmly established as the first choice number nine at Villa Park, Archer could push for a move. If he does, then Middlesbrough are reportedly keen on signing him on a permanent deal.