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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

The Next XIs: England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France's emerging stars

The latest international break has seen many top countries trying out their next generation of talent on the road to the 2018 World Cup. The need for regeneration is constant given injuries, loss of form and, simply, the passage of time. So how do the top five nations in Europe look for quality in this World Cup cycle and beyond?

We asked ESPN FC writers to pick the players we'll need to know about during the next decade. There's a lot to be excited about here.

England

Demarai Gray is remarkably raw but boasts the skills that could help England in the long run.

Gareth Southgate's...

Germany's "Next" XI: Julian Weigl, Serge Gnabry stars in the making

In the Bundesliga, the future is now. At 25.8, the average age of players in the 18 top-flight squads is lower than in any of Europe's top domestic competitions, thanks to a vertically integrated youth development system that delivers ready-made professionals and a surplus of young coaches not afraid to give young players a chance.

Some of the "next generation" stars featured below are so advanced that they're already on the fringes of the World Cup winners' starting XI; for others, their time...

Lukas Podolski's perfect finish covers up Germany shortcomings

Lukas Podolski went out in style in his final match for the national team, hitting a rocket of a goal to sink England 1-0.

DORTMUND -- Wednesday's match at Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park wasn't so much Germany vs. England as "An Evening with Lukas Podolski," complete with a winning wonder goal by the outgoing folk hero.

"I'm not sure how much he paid [Joe Hart] to let that one go in," joked Germany forward Thomas Muller about his teammate's perfect finish, in both senses of the word. "As a film director, I would have thought it's too kitsch a script, too unbelievable."

For one last time, Podolski did wonders for German...

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Trending: Simeone concedes Griezmann could leave, Podolski's 'dream' end

Could 2017 summer transfer window be the 'summer of strikers', with several high-profile names potentially moving clubs?

ATLETICO MADRID: Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has conceded there is a possibility that the "incredible" Antoine Griezmann could leave the club this summer and says he would not stand in his way.

GERMANY: Lukas Podolski admitted the end to his international career with Germany was "like a film" after scoring the winner for his country with a stunning strike to beat England 1-0 in an international friendly.

- Germany boss Joachim Low called Wednesday's friendly against England a...

Five things to know about Germany and Roma defender Antonio Rudiger

Antonio Rudiger made his Germany bow in 2014.

Antonio Rudiger has been attracting the interest of the Premier League's elite, as sources told ESPN FC that Manchester City, United and Chelsea scouts all watched him play for Germany against England.

The 24-year-old Roma defender already has plenty of admirers, but here are five things to know about him.

1. He grew up on the streets of Berlin and played for Borussia Dortmund's academy

The son of a German father and a Sierra Leonean mother, Rudiger grew up in Berlin and learned his trade out...

Lukas Podolski steals the show as Germany defeat promising England

Lukas Podolski went out in style in his final match for the national team, hitting a rocket of a goal to sink England 1-0.
Lukas Podolski leaves the pitch in his final game for Germany, having scored 49 goals in 130 appearances.

DORTMUND, Germany -- Three quick thoughts from Germany's 1-0 win over England in an international friendly.

1. Podolski claims spotlight against positive England

It probably did not need Lukas Podolski's stunning goal on his final performance for Germany to remind England of the old adage that form is temporary and class is permanent, but a promising display by Gareth Southgate's players was put into proper context by the 31-year-old's spectacular, match-winning strike.

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