England stars shown how they’ll look in 40 years – including Kane and Rashford

England fans are currently blessed with a generation of players who have bags of talent and potential.

There are so many exciting young stars for Gareth Southgate to choose from – but as with every golden generation, it will only last so long.

Hopefully, in 40 years time this current crop will look back on fond memories with winners medals aplenty.

For now, all we can do is wait in anticipation with the 2022 World Cup just around the corner.

But thanks to FaceApp, we can see how Southgate's men could look in the future when they're old and grey.

Captain Harry Kane, 28, may already feel like an old man in the squad compared to all the up-and-comers around him.

When he gets to his 60s he will probably still hold the record as England's record goalscorer, as he's only five behind current holder Wayne Rooney now.

All those strikes will do him well according to the ageing app, with little wrinkles and a full head of hair on show.

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Time won't be as kind to Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold if the prediction comes true, though.

He may keep his long locks, albeit slightly faded, but his babyface looks will be long gone.

The right-back has struggled to get into the team under Southgate, so perhaps further selection woes are in store that will contribute to stress lines.

It's not looking great for Marcus Rashford, either, with his current trim undergoing a complete colour change which would earn him the 'silver fox' title.

No doubt by the time the 24-year-old turns 64 he will have transitioned into politics full-time and served as prime minister.

It's a surprise a few grey hairs haven't already sprung up on Rashford's head the way things have been going at Manchester United this season.

On the other side of the city, Phil Foden has established himself as one of England's and the Premier League's greatest ever youngsters.

The City star has his whole career ahead of him still, but the wrinkles catch up to us all at some point – and Foden's no exception.

FaceApp can still seeing him sporting his short back and sides cut, which hopefully the whole nation will get after success in Qatar next year.

Chelsea forward Mason Mount looks like he might benefit most from the ageing process – as he's ended up with more hair than now!

The midfielder has a solid barnet so it's no surprise to see that remain, while he is also sporting a strong grey beard.

Mount and co will all hope that they at least don't end up like the 1998 future prediction of David Beckham's looks.

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